Australian schools have leapt feet first into the age of digital learning. Our classrooms hold the world’s record for the highest daily usage of the internet, and virtually every Australian student uses a computer at school.
There are so many conflicting opinions and so much conflicting research out there. When even the experts are at odds, it’s hard for teachers and parents to know what to think.
SCREENS IN SCHOOLS: ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS
A new report released on the digital economy and society examines the impact of technology in schools as the new digital curriculum rollout gathers momentum.
No-limits data plans may be a boon for Australian consumers. But the move could put students at risk, freeing them from reliance on protected school networks to go free-range on their own data.
While digital technology shapes the modern learning environment, teachers are increasingly dealing with digital distraction in the classroom.
Shortened attention spans and the rise of “selfie culture” are among the negative impacts of digital learning on today’s students, according to a new analysis. On the up side, e-learning is also cultivating self-control, collaboration and ...