A parent’s perspective

This extract is from the parent of a student participating in Aurora’s Aspiration Initiative. It gives unique insight into the true value of this incredible program and the impact.

A parent’s perspective2019-11-25T21:01:04+10:00

Facing a Fear by Franco

It was another average day for Wilfried Timmons. He was working at Footlocker helping another customer find some shoes that suited her.

Facing a Fear by Franco2019-10-21T16:37:29+10:00

Pioneering new measurement

Measuring the outcomes of alternative learning programs has yielded extraordinary data, thanks to an Australian Research Council (ARC) project grant, writes DR RICHARD O'DONOVAN.

Pioneering new measurement2019-11-26T17:09:43+10:00

Enabling spaces and flexible learning

An article written by the Building Futures’ team Richard O’Donovan and Naomi Berman, and the Dusseldorp Forum’s Ani Wierenga, has just been published

Enabling spaces and flexible learning2019-11-26T17:13:52+10:00

Life of Learning – Indigenous science

WHEN Aboriginal elders approached Macquarie University 10 years ago, it marked the start of a unique collaboration, writes Erin Rozgonyi of the National Indigenous Science Education Progam (NISEP).

Life of Learning – Indigenous science2019-11-26T17:17:04+10:00

Talk about Flexible Learning

Since Kitty te Riele’s Flexible Learning reports were launched at Victoria University there has been a steady conversation: newspapers, radio and Twitter have been abuzz with flexible learning findings.

Talk about Flexible Learning2019-11-26T17:24:33+10:00

Riding the Alternative Learning Wave

When high school teacher Paul Sherman took over WAVE (Wirreanda Adaptive Vocational Education) five years ago it had 64 students. Today it has 134, and a growing reputation for engaging those who are drifting.

Riding the Alternative Learning Wave2019-11-26T17:28:39+10:00

On the Disappearance of 2010 Education Visions by Dr Tyson Yunkaporta

The beginning of the first decade of the new millennium was an exciting time to be a teacher. The world was changing and a critical mass of people had embraced the possibilities of that change, particularly with regard to teaching and learning.

On the Disappearance of 2010 Education Visions by Dr Tyson Yunkaporta2019-11-26T19:01:26+10:00

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