Search results for: educational interventions

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14 May 2014

Effective Educational Programs for Children with Autism

Parental concerns regarding accessing effective education programs for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) were raised with the Queensland Government...

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19 August 2016

Small group learning aids employability

A survey of 400 Australian university students has found that most prefer small group learning as a way to maximise employability post their practical work experience.

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29 July 2015
Identifying how educational interventions can enrich students’ practical experiences to effectively transition to employment is the aim of the new project.

University student work placements receive research funding boost

Maximising learning outcomes from student work experiences in the Australian higher education sector is the focus of a new project...

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22 November 2023
UsToo

Everyday sexism, gender discrimination and sexual harassment in Australian university systems​

Sexual harassment and gender discrimination plague Australian universities, with a rise in incidents over the past 5 years. Women, mostly affected, face everyday sexism, impacting careers and mental health. Despite efforts, reporting remains low. Griffith University's Gender Equality Research Network (GERN) research highlights these issues, advocating for broad, education-driven solutions, urging universities to commit to change and address these systemic problems head-on.

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15 May 2023
Teenage girl using a laptop with headphones and phone

Impacts of YouTube on loneliness and mental health

Frequent users of YouTube have higher levels of loneliness, anxiety, and depression according to researchers from the Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention (AISRAP).

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22 January 2023

How can students with ADHD be better supported at school?

For many students with ADHD, the classroom can be a highly demanding environment as difficulty managing unwanted behaviours can make schooling a challenging and negative experience. Dr Kathy Gibbs looks at how students can be better supported at school.

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14 July 2021
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3 April 2020

A lasting family legacy

A passion for medical research, science and education laid the foundation for what has become a powerful family legacy of philanthropy.

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13 September 2018

Fifteen representatives from Bhutan learn workforce training and evaluation in Australia

This Short Course follows the successful ‘Human Resource Development and Planning’ Short Course delivered for recipients from Bhutan in 2016.

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19 July 2018
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