Tag: <span>students</span>

Record quantity of Victorian students anxiously await VCE results

Posted December 14, 2015 07:43:59 Photo: VCE final results will be delivered on the internet and by SMS from this morning. (ABC NEWS, file photo) A record number of Victorian secondary college students will locate out their VCE benefits this morning. Education Minister James Merlino said a lot more than 49,000 students across Victoria would…


Plan targets lack of simple motor capabilities in WA students

Posted December 09, 2015 08:57:50 Photo: UWA Uni-Active program coordinator Ben Durant has students at Mt Hawthorn Major School jumping for joy. (Supplied) A program in WA is teaching pre-principal students simple motor skills in an effort to combat increasing levels of obesity among Australian kids. Research carried out over a 30-year period has located…


Students’ economic predictions humble specialists — again

Posted December 04, 2015 18:03:31 Globe popular economist John Kenneth Galbraith once stated: “We have two classes of forecasters: those who don’t know and these who never know they don’t know.” Mr Galbraith might or may possibly not have been joking, but standard viewers of ABC TV’s The Company may be beginning to feel he…


Hobart dance teacher’s sexual relationships with students ‘controlling’

Posted December 03, 2015 14:01:29 A properly-identified Hobart dance teacher who maintained sexual relationships with teenage girls was in a position of power and his conduct was a breach of trust, a court has been told. Adam Charles Jose, 40, pleaded guilty in the Hobart Supreme Court to two counts of keeping a sexual connection…


1 in ten teaching students fail numeracy, literacy exam

Posted December 01, 2015 01:09:32 Map: Australia About 10 per cent of teaching students failed to meet required requirements of literacy and numeracy, final results from a trial exam show. About five,000 students sat the test, which is designed to make sure teaching graduates are in the top 30 per cent of Australians when it…


I Can program aims to inspire students with autism

By Cheryl Hall Posted November 29, 2015 13:55:07 A new pilot plan to help inspire students on the autism spectrum and alter unfavorable stereotypes is set to be rolled out in schools across Victoria next year. The I Can Network, which sends mentors into schools, was officially launched in Melbourne this week. Marymede Catholic School…