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How teachers can help support children during their parents’ divorce

Friday, 28 Sep 2018

Almost one in two marriages in Australia end in divorce. It’s estimated that in Australia, one in five children under the age of 18 have a parent living elsewhere. This represents around one million Australian children.

Planned closures of charter schools in New Zealand prompt debate about Māori self-determination

Friday, 31 Aug 2018

CSU political expert Associate Professor Dominic O'Sullivan discusses, in The Conversation, the New Zealand government’s decision to close charter schools, which has prompted criticism from Māori leaders because some schools have predominantly Māori rolls.

University staff and students are at high risk of ill health. Here’s how to make sure they can cope

Thursday, 23 Aug 2018

University staff and students are an at-risk population for many health issues, and physical activity could be the answer, say two CSU health experts in The Conversation.

Ten reasons teachers can struggle to use technology in the classroom

Wednesday, 15 Aug 2018

Integrating technology into the classroom can have huge benefits, but it’s not always straight forward says CSU teaching expert Dr Brendon Hyndman in The Conversation.

Move it, move it: how physical activity at school helps the mind (as well as the body)

Wednesday, 1 Aug 2018

In an article originally published on The Conversation on Monday 23 July 2018, CSU senior lecturer in education studies Dr Brendon Hyndman examines the link between movement and mental development, especially for school children:

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