Supporting students through the Research Process

Returning to a K-12 school environment after several years’ teaching at a Masters’ level at University has given me interesting insights into the way younger students engage with the research process. At different stages through their Primary/Elementary years, they are given fantastic opportunities to develop a variety of research skills – they are explicitly taught […]

Password like its 1999

So yesterday it was revealed that over a thousand government employees in Western Australia are using Password123, and More than 12,000 accounts had passwords with variations of the date and season, such as October17 or Summer17; 6,827 had “123” somewhere in the password; and over 5,000 had different versions of the word “password”. It is […]

Game On: Levelling Up with Research

This semester my blog posts have been non-existent, and I do apologise. I’ve been busy. I know that this is not about a lack of time, but rather an indication of my priorities, and sadly my blog has slid down the list has I have been continuing my PhD study, while also teaching LCN616 Inquiry […]