Innovation in education

Harry Potter’s world: keeping spaces for magic making in our schools

By Susan Davis

If you are a Harry Potter fan you probably celebrated last month, the twentieth anniversary of the first

‘Click bait’ hijacks the real story about technology in Australian schools

By Jane Hunter

A recent education report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said, among many other things,

Education in Australia needs to change direction NOW, before it’s too late

By John Fischetti and Scott Imig

We believe the next five years are vital to the future of education in Australia. As we see

Why teachers should use virtual worlds

By Sue Gregory

There has been a worldwide increase in the use of virtual worlds from 136 million in 2009 to

Why aren’t more teachers involved in educational technology innovations?

By Bron Stuckey

My professional interest as an educator is in technology and gamification, so with high expectations I attended the