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​If you’ve ever worked with someone who lacks or has lost their passion for what they’re doing, it’s often an unpleasant ..read more
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Everyone seems to be anxious these days and it’s often difficult to understand why this is. The problem is that this is presenting ..read more
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With the world flooded with toxic, attention-grabbing software that is specifically designed to divert your attention and emotions, ..read more
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I recently read an ABC news article about a secret report which disclosed the fact that universities were accepting people into ..read more
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​Schools love to market themselves these days as being not only a place to gain an academic education, but also a place in which ..read more
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I was reading a book recently called ‘Robot Proof’ by Joseph Aoun which explores the way in which automation and AIs are ..read more
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Long gone are the days of going on camp for the sake of going on camp. Education is changing, and outdoor education is playing an ..read more
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According to industry experts, concussions are set to be the next wave of significant negligence claims against schools and teachers ..read more
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​I do enjoy a good dystopian fiction, from 1984 to The Hunger Games and Fahrenheit 451. They all describe a future in which ..read more
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Being a teenager has always been hard. You’re no longer a kid, but not yet an adult. Suddenly, you’re thrust into a confusing ..read more

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