The ‘Bring Your Own Device’ program in NSW primary schools is negatively affecting student literacy skills, social capacity, attention span and productivity, as well as disrupting the lesson time and flow for teachers.
By Venice Warner Live music once thrived in Australia, but there are now few live music venues left. They are constantly closing due to real estate values, lockout laws, and changing audience tastes. Venue closures make it hard for musicians to get their songs out to audiences, resulting in them distributing music online or even […]
by Heibie Wai Aaryan Shah, a 17 years old boy born with Cerebral Palsy who finish his achievement with his disorders. Heibie Wai shares the story and the positives to people. A mountain climb journey is bustling with Aaryan Shah, his parents and supporters in the beautiful New South Wales snowy mountains, Mount Kosciuszko. In […]
Cultural anxieties: Children want to learn their mother language, while parents continue to prioritise English
How a Sydney community school is reviving a language that is being shunned in its own motherland, and in the homes of the students themselves. By: Mansib Ahmad Can a language really be preserved by learning it for just three hours a week? You may say “yes, of course it can”. But what if […]