In January 2015, Dr Julie Robson and Teya Dusseldorp authored a paper that explores exactly what creative learning is, why it is so powerful and how it brings significant and impactful change to education.
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The Social Outfit has opened the doors at their retail shop in Newtown, Sydney. 'Good to Wear, Made for Good' cleverly sums up this fashion social enterprise in Sydney's Inner West.
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Author David Eggers grew up around teachers. In 2000, he became aware that his teacher friends were struggling with large class sizes and little time to offer one-to-one attention to their students.
A discussion with The Aspiration Initiative (TAI) staff about the Muru Marri Report on the Social and Emotional Wellbeing of Indigenous Youth.
WorldSkills Competition Gold Medalists Shane Trevitt (UK) and Ciaran Coady (Ireland) recently visited Diepsloot, South Africa to help Australian company Healthabitat implement a Sanitation Studio.
With another school term underway comes The Sydney Story Factory’s new after school program ‘Radio with Pictures.’ This program will see participants create a series of animated stories.
Jasper, aged 8, has been coming to Sydney Story Factory for three terms. He has a problem with hyper-mobility in his hand, which means he has trouble holding a pencil.
On May 7, a group of alternative learning organisations gathered at Melbourne University to workshop and advance some exciting new developments in the Building Futures project as it faces a new phase in its development – a public web site.
The Open Learning Forum was held on 27th November 2013 at the National Maritime Museum in Sydney. Participants from all walks of life joined international speaker