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We're used to exerting control in our lives, like a toddler knocking over blocks. But all that has changed, writes Tim Klein in this recent blog. It's important to acknowledge what's happening.
We've been through a lot, and there's more to come. Clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller offers some inspiring ideas to help us cope in these trying times.
A new wave of books has been published online to help children understand the coronavirus and protect themselves. Shih-Wen Sue Chen, Kristine Moruzi and Paul Venzo from Deakin University give their top picks.
In Ruairi O'Duil's household, isolation has been hardest on his Tween. Will our Tweens be the Covid Kids, a generation that needs special care?
Many Year 12 students have developed amazing skills over the past few months, but they need particular support now they have returned to school-based learning. Peter Hanlon gets advice from the experts on what we can do to help.
Independent Schools Victoria Chief Executive Michelle Green welcomes the resumption of classroom learning, but notes schools face major challenges.
How John Krasinski's Some Good News brought joy to our lives, why kids need forts more than ever, Bill Gates gives his book and TV show recommendations, and a podcast with tips on fussy eaters.
It's a return to the classroom like no other. How can we help students make a successful transition? Leading clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller outlines his seven priorities to help their journey.
It's been challenging, but our time in lockdown has provided many positive lessons that will help students as they return to classroom learning, writes Deborah Trengrove.