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St Rita’s begins work on $35m learning centre

Turning of the sod at St Rita's

STUDENTS at St Rita’s College, Clayfield, will be writing on the walls instead of their notebooks once a new learning precinct opens in two years. The $35 million project will see the all-girls’ Catholic college embrace a new era of learning suitable for digital natives. The traditional teacher’s desk will no longer exist, students will be encouraged to use “writeable ... Read More »

School girls use technology to make apps tackling low self-esteem in peers

tech girls from St Bernard's Primary School, Upper Mt Gravatt

GIRLS from St Bernard’s Primary School, Upper Mt Gravatt, are designing an app to boost self-esteem in young girls after discovering other girls in their school struggle with their appearances. Nine 11-year-old girls, who go by the coding team name Bernie Beetles, have spent nearly 12 weeks outside of school hours designing an app to combat low self-esteem in girls. ... Read More »

New digital service to assist seniors navigating aged care options

  ONE of Australia’s leading aged care and retirement living providers has launched a new website that aims to help seniors and their families understand and navigate the aged care industry. St Vincent’s Care Services launched its new website — www.svcs.org.au — on May 1, and said the design of the service has been inspired by senior Australians. St Vincent’s ... Read More »

Josephite novice launches new eBook on Australia’s first saint

Jane Maisey

THE life of Australia’s first saint, Mary MacKillop has been captured in a new eBook for children. Author Jane Maisey, who is on the “Emmaus Journey” (novitiate) to become a Sister of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart, started writing after she looked online for eBooks about saints and found a glaring gap. “To my surprise there was very little, ... Read More »

STEM Camp ‘an amazing opportunity’ for students

Bethany Conroy

BETHANY Conroy is getting a head start on her future career after attending a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics camp at Queensland University of Technology for high achieving Year 11 students. The St Benedict’s College, Mango Hill, student spent an exciting week in the QUT Vice-Chancellor’s STEM Camp, where she took part in various talks by industry experts and QUT ... Read More »

Catholic teachers upgrade their technology skills

Teacher upgrade

TEACHERS have learnt about the importance of integrating technology in the classroom from two of the top experts in the field. The teachers, from various schools across Brisbane Catholic Education, came together at Apple’s head office in Brisbane City for the exclusive afternoon presentation and networking event with Dr Ruben Puentedura and Dr Damian Bebell. Dr Puentedura is the founder and president of ... Read More »

STEM bears winning fruit

STEM

  THE best and brightest minds from St Mary’s College, Maryborough, came up trumps at this year’s Hervey Bay PCYC annual Science and Engineering Challenge.  The Year 9 and 10 students, with basic engineering instruction from teachers Anne Elmer and Sue McMillan, used their exceptional problem-solving and creative skills to design structures, solve problems and create visions. Over the course ... Read More »

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