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7 red flags your teen might be in an abusive relationship – and 6 signs it’s escalating
Australian teens need adults to help them recognise red flags for potentially abusive relationships. Dr Carmel Hobbs, School of Education The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates 2.2 million adults have been victims of physical and/or sexual…
Technology has immense potential for extending mental health service capacity across Tasmania
This week is Social Sciences Week, and I will have the privilege of speaking directly with members of the Tasmanian Parliament about mental health in our communities and the potential for digital technologies to shape a more inclusive future for…
New study examines schools’ support for First Nations youth
School support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth fostering their cultural identity will be the subject of a new study by two Indigenous social scientists.Worimi man Jacob Prehn and Palawa colleague Mike Guerzoni will research the…
‘I tend to be very gentle’: how teachers are navigating climate change in the classroom
Climate change education is increasingly seen as an essential part of schooling.The main international test of 15-year-olds’ progress (which Australia participates in) has just announced the next round of testing will include environmental…