Posted by maparry on November 26th, 2010
Curriculum change and renewal is a hot topic in many Australian universities…
Posted by malakandadai on November 9th, 2010
Usually when a child or young adult is diagnosed with a learning disability they are compensated for their handicap. Compensation solutions include extra time on tests or access to skilled writers for dyslexics.
Advances in teaching slow readers/learners to read, focus and retain information by the Scientific Learning Corporation have proved that perhaps compensation may not [...]
Posted by Agnes Bosanquet on November 11th, 2009
Check out the University World News special report on women in higher education, which offers some interesting facts and figures:
Women outnumber men in worldwide university enrolments and graduation rates, according to Unesco’s 2009 Global Education Digest
in Australia, women comprise nearly 58% of the total student body, with a marked “male decline”
Engineering and IT are the [...]
Posted by Agnes Bosanquet on June 2nd, 2009
The 3rd National Conference for Enabling Education (Enabling Pathways) will be held at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) Toowoomba, 25 – 27 November 2009.
The conference provides a wonderful opportunity for teachers, equity practitioners, administrators and researchers to share knowledge and raise awareness of the importance of pursuing social inclusion in these areas. Simply themed [...]