Genius Hour in Your Classroom

| By Jason Hosking | What if you could learn about anything you wanted to? What are you interested in? What are you passionate about? What do you want to tell the world? How are you going to change the world? There are only three guidelines: Research something. Create something. Share it. Welcome to Genius […]

Students Who Create Or Consume – Where Do You Think The Balance Should Lie?

Create or consume? The answer is not black and white. It is not one thing or the other. Every human has the innate desire to create and add value to the world. Something new, something unique – we all aspire to that. On the other hand, every human must also consume and there is nothing […]

Increase Yours Mac’s Memory By Up To 256 Gb In Just Seconds

We look at Transcend’s JetDrive Lite storage expansion cards for the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with Retina display. JetDrive Lite expansion cards are a quick and easy way to gain the additional space you need without adding any bulk to your MacBook computer. Simply insert JetDrive Lite into the card reader slot on the […]

How To Upgrade Your SSD Storage For MacBook And MacBook Air

Introducing the new JetDrive SSD upgrade kits for the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with Retina display. Complete with tools, instructions, and a slick aluminum USB 3.0 enclosure to reuse your original SSD, Transcend’s JetDrive SSD upgrade kits allow you to both increase your storage space and boost the performance of your Mac®. Transcend’s JetDrive […]

Starting An Education Revolution: The Role of Innovation

    By Tom March Innovation is an interesting concept, perhaps a little like other big ideas such as ‘excellence’ and ‘beauty’ where each person enjoys a slightly different flavour, but all know it when they see it. If people had to define it in the abstract, they would never reach a suitable agreement. People […]

The Flipped Classroom – A Paradigm Shift

  By Matt Burns A change is here. It is not coming. It is here. It has arrived. And like the wind, teachers can feel it on their skin, and in some classrooms. The way teachers have taught for the last 100 years is undergoing a significant transformation. This article is about a paradigm shift. […]

Zeina Chalich And Paul Hamilton Confirmed To Keynote At The K–12 Digital Classroom Practice Conference

2–3 September 2016 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre  The K–12 Digital Classroom Practice Conference explores best digital classroom practice to achieve superior teaching and learning outcomes. This exciting new event is part of the new National Education Summit. Attend the conference to see the amazing ways digital technology can be used in your classroom to […]

Dropbox partners with AARNet and CAUDIT to bring greater collaboration and savings to Research and Education sector

AARNet customers to enjoy free data for traffic to/from Dropbox and discounted licenses to Dropbox for Education Dropbox has announced a partnership with AARNet, the leading research and education network provider and Australian national research and education network, as well as the Council of Australian University Directors of Information Technology (CAUDIT), to bring greater collaboration and savings […]

Enter the draw to win your school a 65″ AstralVision Large Format Touchscreen including a bonus copy of Snowflake MultiTeach Educational Software!

The competition is open to Australian schools only and will close on Thursday 31st March. Enter the competition here. The winner will be drawn on Friday 1st April 2016. All entries will be advised of the winning school by email. By entering the competition you will be automatically subscribing to receive periodic AstralVision education specials. You can easily unsubscribe at […]

Why Coding Matters

By Reid Moule. Despite any individual beliefs or opinions about value, the world is changing. Some changes are understandable and even predictable and occur on the larger stage of social, environmental and political life. Others are incremental, peripheral and are only recognised in hindsight. Change in education tends to be not necessarily at the periphery, […]