Learning & Teaching
Discover education research and innovation from birth, through the early years, school, university and beyond.
School refusal needs a national response
The recent Senate Inquiry rightly recommends a coordinated national approach to this growing national problem, say University of Melbourne experts
Talking to young people about the Voice
Explaining the Voice referendum to young people is made easier by their good knowledge of the world around them, says a University of Melbourne expert
The World Cup is a once-in-a-generation chance to inspire Australia’s kids
The Matildas playing in the Women’s World Cup is a unique opportunity to get children – particularly girls – into sport, says a University of Melbourne expert.
Boosting student wellbeing through their environment
New University of Melbourne research calls for co-creating the built and natural environments of universities to support university student wellbeing.
Education is a torch – let teachers light the way
To fix our education system, we need to harness teacher’s knowledge and stop undermining their love for the profession, says University of Melbourne expert
Educating Australia on Indigenous Voice
Australia's failure to readily accept the need for an Indigenous Voice highlights our lack of an inclusive curriculum, says University of Melbourne expert.
University students are using AI, but not how you think
Higher education students are cautious about using generative AI and academics lack guidance, finds new report by University of Melbourne experts.
Bush kinder turns nature novices into eco-experts
Immersing young children in nature gives them awareness of their world and skills they will carry through life, says a University of Melbourne expert
Are the kids OK?
A new survey by University of Melbourne researchers has found that more and more young people are reporting poor mental health and uncertainty about the future