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The COVID-19 pandemic, impact on schools, families and learning communities: Some key considerations.

Education providers should create contingency plans for different types of crisis, enabling the learning community to be prepared. Embedding online learning and teaching practices that have been tested as real emergency procedures.

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Student Wellbeing Featured

Student wellbeing in a period of uncertainty

With the ongoing events caused by coronavirus, also called COVID-19, the wellbeing of many people…

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What Lessons might schools learn from the COVID-19 crisis?

What we know As of the 4th of March, 2020, the New York Times reports…

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Executive Function

What are executive functions?

Executive functions Executive functions (EFs) are a set of foundational learning skills which regulate cognition…

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Cinglevue’s PhD researcher presents at the EdMedia & Innovative Learning Conference

Valeska Berg, our current PhD student studying with Edith Cowan University, recently attended and presented…

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