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Can secondary school students think critically?

New work in secondary schools involves building student and teacher capacity in critical thinking by working with journalists – a group based in Berlin does this really well. Lie Detectors.  Do you know their work? Lots of free resources for schools on their website. Thank you for featuring this good news story with links to…

Invitations, Impact, and Involvement: Tales from Successful School-University Partnerships in STEM and STEAM in Australian Schools.

The THREE I’s of school-university partnerships : delighted to work with Corinne and Michelle on this new Springer book – my chapter is Invitations, Impact, and Involvement: Tales from Successful School-University Partnerships in STEM and STEAM in Australian Schools, p.39-57. Full citation here Hunter, J.L. (2024). Invitations, Impact, and Involvement: Tales from Successful School-University Partnerships…

The Edtech Podcast with Professor Rose Luckin

Thousands of podcasts on every possible topic in education are in the mix now – each one offering unique perspectives. In early December 2023 I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with the generous and brilliant Professor Rose Luckin and two guests, Katie Novak and James Symons, to talk digital transformation in schools….

Series 2 of ‘Talking Teachers’ is out

Excited once again to have our podcast series of FIVE episodes go live. Been terrific to work with my colleague Dr Don Carter on each episode and our producer William Verity. The amazing Britta Jorgensen has produced an audiogram for each episode … listen to a taste of the whole episode with the talented Double…

New Springer book chapter – out soon

Just finished writing a chapter for a new Springer book (in press) – edited by Green, C. & Eady, M. Creating and Sustaining Purposeful School-University Partnerships : Building Connections across Diverse Educational Settings The chapter I wrote is titled: “Invitations, Impact, and Involvement: Tales from successful school–university partnerships in STEM and STEAM in Australian schools”….