What mothers really want for Mothers’ DayEducation by Kristen Molloy
What mums want is pretty simple. Here are some ideas, direct from the mouths of mums.
How to get teens to readEducation by Kristen Molloy
Boys often read less as they get older, so here are some ideas to keep them reading.
Help your child build maths skillsEducation by Brent Brickhill
Support your growing son’s learning by giving him opportunities to talk about and use mathematics.
How to help your son with his handwritingEducation by Kate Casey
Parents have experienced the challenge of supervising their boys’ remote learning from home, as well as the triumphs and difficulties that come with it.
Is handwriting relevant in today’s digital age?Education by Raelene Plozza
Now, more than ever, the teaching of handwriting needs to be integrated into the curriculum, as compared to the more scheduled daily writing drills of the past.
Music: A Pathway to SuccessEducation by Jared Furtado
At times communicating with boys can be a challenge, but music is the universal language that everyone understands.
Why boys will take more risks in the outdoors than in the classroomEducation by Andrew Braddy
Creating a positive learning environment and building strong connections with boys is paramount in their willingness to take risks – both inside and outside the classroom. Mistakes are just a part of their journey and should be celebrated, regardless of the outcome.
Play: why your son’s learning is all fun and gamesEducation by Amelia Barrow
Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. However, ELC director Amelia Barrow believes that play has a huge impact on a boy’s cognitive, social and emotional development.
Knowing ‘how to learn’Education by Dr Ray Swann
Today’s children will need more than knowledge to thrive in the workforce.
Gonski 2.0 and what it means for boysEducation by Dr Ray Swann
A focus on learning through experience and the opportunity to develop resilience and purpose will help future-proof boys.