The teacher is a little flustered and lacks confidence reading the dreaming story to Dujuan and his classmates. How could she improve in her delivery of this story? How could the students be more engaged during this story telling?
Dujuan's new school encourages the learning and speaking of local Aboriginal language. How can this help connections between children and their culture? What other benefits can arise from taking this approach to teaching?
Sally Sara catches up with photographer Devin Allen whose images of Baltimore riots ended up in Time Magazine in 2015 when protestors took to the streets after the death of Freddie Gray at the hands of police. How can visual images such as photographs highlight issues and inequality in the world? How has mobile phone technology and social media communication technology changed over the years from 2015 to 2020?
Actor and writer Meyne Wyatt delivers a monologue from his play City of Gold, on Indigenous identity and the cost of being black in Australia, critiquing white privilige, the treatment of Adam Goodes, how he is treated on a daily basis, and how "silence is violence".
Thames river water treatment plant
As researchers call the value of homework into question, hear parents on both sides of the debate and meet the principal who's made homework optional: Central Coast Sports College's Paul Chapman.
How do students in Finland outperform children across the world while spending less time in class? Linton Besser reports on school funding, how teachers are valued, and the influence of parents in the Scandinavian country.
*Strong language warning* A wrap up of the best funny, sad and touching moments on Q and A from the last 12 years. Featuring Bill Gates, Julia Gillard, Malcolm Turnbull, Kevin Rudd, Barry Humphries, Jackie Lambie, John Howard and more.
Dylan Storer speaking for the second time on Q and A about your generation
Dylan Storer answering Peter Symonds question on climate
The Ile of Jean Charles is now under water due to oil and gas extraction and rising sea levels.
Benjamin Law investigates the claim Chinese students arrive in Australia 'brainwashed' by communist ideologies, linking those concerns to policies that allowed Chinese students to stay in Australia after the Tiananmen Square massacre, and Cold War Colombo Plan efforts to resist communism in the region.
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