…we can increase the electrical activity in the parts of the brain that control attention, decision making, critical thinking and planning by implementing planned and deliberate ‘Breath Breaks’ throughout the day.Read More
how can we get to know Gen Z? And more importantly engage them in education?
Read about seven important attributes we need to understand…
When does “too much” become problematic, a burden, less fulfilling, a constraint and an unnecessary stress upon our young people? How can we protect the grace of childhood?Read More
For a young person to learn the skill of self-regulation deliberate time and space must be carved out throughout their formation years for the skills to be explicitly taught and practised.
There’s no doubt that this will be the biggest and most monumental change to Queensland secondary schooling since the 90s. …In 2020 the pathway to tertiary studies for Queensland students will change…Read More
It’s time to take responsibility and move from merely surviving to thriving.Read More
The limbic system is the part of the human brain responsible for scanning the environment to observe any threats to survival.Read More
The formation years are a great stumbling place; at times, a dark, harrowing and tangled thicket of worry, low self worth and social discomfort.Read More
Immense gratitude and praise to the many thousands of educators who are already writing these new chapters in Australia’s educational narrative.Read More