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Preparing for your new classes in your summer break
First thing’s first. The break is, of course, just that – a break. Treating it as such is undoubtedly important. All of the...
Overcoming the challenges of an oversized classroom
Among the findings in the OECD’S Education At A Glance Report from 2019, some information surely makes for uncomfortable...
Beyond "Beyond ATAR": assessing the proposal for change
For some time now, the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) has divided opinion. With each passing year, more voices join...
The forward effects of testing
Testing is most commonly understood - and used - as an evaluative assessment tool. But remarkably, and somewhat...
Alternative measures to banning phones in the classroom
As of the first term in 2020, a blanket ban on mobile phones will be implemented in Victoria, with the state government primed...
Inspiring students to be hopeful, engaged, resourceful, and disciplined
An Atomi partner school story: Trinity Catholic College.The challengeThe staff at Trinity Catholic College is committed to...
Partner School Stories
Addressing the concerns about flipped learning
Any change to the established order of educational norms is bound to elicit mixed emotions. Flipped learning is no exception....
Four pillars of successful leadership
Leadership manifests itself in a multitude of different forms, and individual fields have unique demands on those they ask to...
A dynamic, challenging, rich and diverse learning experience.
An Atomi partner school story: Aquinas College.The challengeWith the new QCE changes, it has been a great challenge for both...
Partner School Stories
Overcoming our unconscious anti-technology bias
In an era where partisanship is far too often the way we approach a given field, there is a temptation to divide our world into...
Making your student an agent of knowledge, not a recipient
There is something intuitive to the notion that actively seeking new knowledge (as opposed to passively accepting it) best...
The importance of studying maths
I come to this topic from a perspective of wisdom through age rather than appreciation through passion. Disappointingly I gave...
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