ReadCloud listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in February 2018. Its proprietary eReading software is used in over 350 leading schools across Australia and by more than 100,000 students on any given day during term time. Having recently acquired the Australian Institute of Education and Training, a nationally accredited RTO, ReadCloud also offers VET in schools. Currently there are 47 digital courses on scope.
The Careers Department is proudly working with 600+ secondary schools in Australia. Their program engages, inspires and challenges students from Year 7 – 12 to make better career decisions. Introduction PDF here>>
Our purpose is simple:
To bring careers content to students in a scalable, efficient and engaging way.
To provide a low cost, curriculum integrated platform that allows for tangible skill development in students.
To help students build a digital portfolio of virtual work experience and skills module assets to share with potential employers.
It’s not just about showing students all of the options, but equipping them with the resources to get there.
Platform assets include: 20 minute profiling assessment, 800 pieces of careers content; including 65 Virtual Work Experience tasks and 30 Skills Modules; a resume builder, scholarship finder, course finder and OH&S learning modules.
To hear more get in contact with Samantha Devlin firstname.lastname@example.org 0424 033 277
Monash University is a public research university based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Named for prominent World War I general Sir John Monash, it was founded in 1958 and is the second oldest university in the state. The university has a number of campuses, four of which are in Victoria, and one in Malaysia.
Pivot believes in the power of evidence-based feedback to transform teacher effectiveness.
Australian-based, with global reach, Pivot offers a range of best-practice data and reporting solutions that harness the power of student voice, distilling classroom feedback into actionable insights that support ongoing professional development and enhance student outcomes.
Pivot is proudly female-founded and female-led.
Moneysmart for teachers supports teachers to connect learning to life through learning how money works in the real world.
ASPA is proud to partner with ASIC’s Moneysmart for teachers program which builds financial capability in young people. Moneysmart’s education program is developed for teachers, by teachers. They aim to make your job easier with relevant, high quality tools and easy-to-use resources.
Engage your students with our ready-to-use, curriculum-aligned teaching resources ranging from primary to VET.
SCHOOLZINE founder and CEO Phil Reardon is celebrating with the news his company has been awarded a supply arrangement that will see its services promoted by Education Queensland to all public schools.
One of the fastest growing digital school service providers, Maroochydore-based Schoolzine was awarded the Standing Offer Arrangement by Education Queensland last month.
ASPA is proud to partner with The Wealth Academy, an education company focused on developing the financial life skills of Australian secondary school students.
Our members need access to resources and expertise that can respond quickly to the ever-changing landscape of the financial world. Our students need behaviours, knowledge and skills to help filter, interrogate and decipher information that will help them to make informed financial decisions in their future.
As such, ASPA welcomes the support of The Wealth Academy and its corporate partners in helping our members to provide a better, preferred financial future for all students in government secondary schools.
This year on National Bandanna Day, CanTeen celebrated 25 years of supporting young people between the ages of 12-25 who are dealing with cancer. Every year, 23,000 young Australians either have a parent with cancer, are diagnosed with cancer themselves, are dealing with a sibling’s cancer, or are coping with the death of a parent or sibling. CanTeen is here to help you and the wider school community support students who are affected by cancer in the following ways: READ MORE...
SchoolTV - because parenting doesn’t come with instructions, SchoolTV delivers a unique, digital platform that streamlines wellbeing for school communities.
With simple integration and seamless administration, SchoolTV offers credible information and practical strategies from trusted sources, whilst complementing other wellbeing programs in schools. It provides regular topical information and updates on current issues affecting today’s youth.
The vast amount of information available relating to mental health and wellbeing, can often be overwhelming and confusing. SchoolTV streamlines this process, bringing together the best bits of information on a single topic or current event.
SchoolTV provides invaluable support to wellbeing team members and is an essential resource for adult-carers, parents and other staff. SchoolTV can be customised for an audience, acting as a barometer of a community’s state of wellbeing through its ability to present analytics and reporting.
At a time when the wellbeing of our youth has never been more challenging, SchoolTV delivers accessible and empowering information –– any where, any time.
Featuring renowned youth and adolescent psychologist, Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, SchoolTV offers clear, relevant and fact-based resource in order to raise happy, safe and resilient young people.
For more information, go to www.schooltv.me