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The heat in northern Australian classrooms could impede learning

August 07, 2015

School students in northern Australia are regularly exposed to an extreme climate of environmental heat and intense humidity while learning.

Being subjected to extreme and prolonged periods... Read more

Northern Australian classroom

The heat in northern Australian classrooms could impede learning

August 07, 2015

School students in northern Australia are regularly exposed to an extreme climate of environmental heat and intense humidity while learning.

Being subjected to extreme and prolonged periods... Read more


Doctor issues warning over impact of Top End heat on school students

July 30, 2015

Dr Brendon Hyndman, a PE teacher and lecturer at Charles Darwin University, has been researching the impact of heat on primary and secondary school students.

"There is a thing called the... Read more

Doctor issues warning over impact of Top End heat on school students

July 30, 2015

Dr Brendon Hyndman, a PE teacher and lecturer at Charles Darwin University, has been researching the impact of heat on primary and secondary school students.

"There is a thing called the... Read more


Participants in the Global Learning Forum

Partnership building in the Philippines

July 01, 2015

In May 2015, the International Graduate Centre of Education (IGCE), consolidated its partnership arrangements with two Philippine universities by co-hosting a one-day Global Learning Forum on... Read more

Participants in the Global Learning Forum

Partnership building in the Philippines

July 01, 2015

In May 2015, the International Graduate Centre of Education (IGCE), consolidated its partnership arrangements with two Philippine universities by co-hosting a one-day Global Learning Forum on... Read more


First-year education student

Research shows teaching students are more stressed

June 24, 2015

A study by Gretchen Geng and Richard Midford from Charles Darwin University has found that practicums were the most common trigger for stress among mature-age as well as school-leaver students.... Read more

First-year education student

Research shows teaching students are more stressed

June 24, 2015

A study by Gretchen Geng and Richard Midford from Charles Darwin University has found that practicums were the most common trigger for stress among mature-age as well as school-leaver students.... Read more


Lucie de Beauchamp

#distractinglysexy: Sir Tim Hunt’s gift to feminism in science

June 16, 2015

Sir Tim Hunt, a man very much of the last century, was obviously ignorant of this century’s etiquette on at least two counts. 

It is not acceptable today to be sexist; and, if you are... Read more

Lucie de Beauchamp

#distractinglysexy: Sir Tim Hunt’s gift to feminism in science

June 16, 2015

Sir Tim Hunt, a man very much of the last century, was obviously ignorant of this century’s etiquette on at least two counts. 

It is not acceptable today to be sexist; and, if you are... Read more


CDU lecturer Dr Brendon Hyndman

Cotton wool kids have say on school playground safety

June 10, 2015

A culture of risk anxiety could be causing teachers and parents to wrap school children in cotton wool, according to a Charles Darwin University researcher.

International Graduate Centre of... Read more

CDU lecturer Dr Brendon Hyndman

Cotton wool kids have say on school playground safety

June 10, 2015

A culture of risk anxiety could be causing teachers and parents to wrap school children in cotton wool, according to a Charles Darwin University researcher.

International Graduate Centre of... Read more


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