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A life devoted to learning

August 03, 2019 Brittany Gonzalez

Gerard Mowbray assumed the position of Acting Director of Catholic Schools in September 2018, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge and understanding of the church and its school system.

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In the Closet of the Vatican: Power, Homosexuality, Hypocrisy

July 06, 2019 Britten Thompson

In the Closet of the Vatican claims to expose “the rot at the heart of the Vatican and the Roman Catholic Church today”. But author Frederic Martel has not accomplished the expose of this assertion.

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Playing around with learning stimulates young brains

July 06, 2019 Elizabeth Snedden

Researchers at Monash University in Victoria recently launched Australia’s largest study into play-based education, aimed at inspiring teachers and parents to develop the next generation of thinkers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

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Knowledge is power

July 06, 2019 Brittany Gonzalez

From the moment Maree Freeman stepped into a drama class in high school, she knew she had found her purpose.  

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Worlds apart

July 06, 2019 Tanya Russell

I’ve just commenced work with an organisation that supports people from many cultural backgrounds.  I’ve realised that what I thought I knew about particular cultures is so different to what I’m starting to learn through my work. Apart from cultural sensitivity training, how can I ensure I am working in the most respectful way with my clients as well as colleagues?

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Lingua franca offers a lifeline

July 06, 2019 Darrell Croker

“Jambo.” That’s Swahili for “hi”. It’s an informal greeting, but it conveys a world of hope for many people who have fled persecution. 

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Primary focus on cultural immersion

July 06, 2019 Natalee Bonomini

University of Newcastle bachelor of primary teaching student Renae Lamb is hoping things click when she goes offline to meet Jack Ma, founder of what is considered the world’s biggest internet business, Alibaba.

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Revolutionary solution to indigenous illiteracy

July 06, 2019 Todd Dagwell

Imagine for a moment being unable to read to your child, sign a school permission slip, or understand the directions on a medicine bottle. Illiteracy is the scourge of Aboriginal communities all across Australia, but one program is having enormous success where others previously failed.

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