Archive for posts tagged with 'education'

Queensland State Library’s Summer Holiday Program

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Queensland State Library’s Summer Holiday Program

The State Library of Queensland is running a fantastic program for children of all ages over the summer holidays. This…

Diversity

Parenting

How to raise racist kids

There’s a quick, two-step method for raising racist kids, says US blogger Jonathan H. Liu. Step One: Don't talk…

Schoolgirls reading a fairytale

Brisbane Extra

Giving our kids the best start possible

You told us you wanted education prioritised and we agree, writes Premier Campbell Newman. Recently we undertook…

Michael Tuahine

Brisbane Extra

Connecting lives

One Brisbane man is making it his life’s work to remind indigenous kids of the sacrifices their elders made. Michael…

Sonia McDonald: Do women make better leaders than men?

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Sonia McDonald: Do women make better leaders than men?

Science has proven a woman’s brain is wired to produce greater strengths than a man in terms of empathy, intuition,…

Education is key to securing jobs for our kids

Brisbane's Voice

Education is key to securing jobs for our kids

Queensland is a world leader in mining, agriculture and medical research — let’s be in education as well, writes…

Our vision for education

Brisbane's Voice

Our vision for education

The historic Education Accord will ensure students are given the best possible education… As we head towards the…

Be pro @ social media

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Be pro @ social media

Is your business lost in the social media wilderness? QUT is pointing the way for anyone wanting to skill up on the…

The G20 summit has entered the school curriculum, but should it be there?

Brisbane Extra

The G20 summit has entered the school curriculum, but should it be there?

It’s been billed as one of the most important events Queensland has ever hosted and now it’s set to enter ou…

Rhyme & Reason: Writing Poetry

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Rhyme & Reason: Writing Poetry

In this very special workshop, join one of our established poets appearing at the Riverbend Poetry Series to explore…

How to become a blogger: Blog On

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How to become a blogger: Blog On

Covering everything from content to platforms, this series of workshops will take you through the steps of developing…

Harnessing Research for Writing

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Harnessing Research for Writing

Whether you’re writing biography or historical non-fiction, family history or instructional guides, the most daunting…

Toolkit for Writers (day class)

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Toolkit for Writers (day class)

Toolkit for Writers (day class) – Construct your writer’s toolbox with this four-week course. Toolkit for…

Toolkit for Writers (evening class)

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Toolkit for Writers (evening class)

Toolkit for Writers (evening class) – Construct your writer’s toolbox with this four-week course. Toolkit for…

Blogs, Books & Branding (Charters Towers)

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Blogs, Books & Branding (Charters Towers)

With the surge of online outlets like blogs, Twitter, Wordpress, and Facebook, it’s never been easier to find a market…

Young Writers’ Bootcamp

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Young Writers’ Bootcamp

Young Writers’ Bootcamp – over five masterclasses, you’ll explore all aspects of novel writing, including…

Sexting  –  good, bad or ugly?

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Sexting – good, bad or ugly?

The sexting phenomenon is causing havoc across the world and sharing explicit photos has become easier than using a…

Is your child ready for Prep?

Parenting

Is your child ready for Prep?

The new Preparatory Year aims to give children a smooth transition into Year 1, but it’s not compulsory. Is your…