The release of the 2018 PISA results and the further decline in mathematics achievement in Australia suggests that Mathematics, a scientific language that continually shapes our emerging technologies, is not being adopted or received well by the students.
Thanks to the booming market in Asia, English language education has become increasingly in demand. While Chinese is the top native language in the world, English beats out any other language by a mile when it comes to foreign learners. In addition, much of that demand is for Australian English,
Technology has made information so readily available (having boundless amounts of information available in the palm of our hands) we may find that a teacher's role will become more of a mentor or coach that guides students on their educational journey. Is that bad? The short answer is no.
Utilising technology to create a better study space for individuals that are at risk of segregation on the basis of disability may be a solution. A research study completed by Monash University showed that the inclusion of autistic students in mainstream classes had dropped significantly, and many had moved to