We’re at a fundamental change in education.Read More
Newton's laws of motion are difficult for students to apply consistently. Campbell shares growing evidence that teaching the laws in a different order — as in our Stile Science unit — improves learning outcomes.Read More
Byron Scaf on how the hype around STEM is disguising the fact that most of us don’t know how to teach STEM in our schools.Read More
Guido shares three tips on how to assess students online when Google is just a click away.Read More
Textbooks are dead. The alternative must be relevant, modern, multi-modal and customisable – and we may just have the answer for science.Read More
Guido discusses why going beyond simply dropping a file online is often better for both teachers and students.Read More
Stile's CEO, Byron Scaf takes a look at the red tape preventing Australian small businesses and start-ups from serving the government sector.
Are schools chronically underinvesting in the world's most valuable learning tool? Stile's CEO, Byron Scaf challenges the value schools are placing on high speed, reliable internet in the modern world.Read More
When you ask yourself, what learning resources should I use in order to help my students learn what I'd like to teach them? Do you still think of the traditional textbook?Read More
Stile's CEO Byron Scaf explains what the cloud is and why it might just trump self-hosted servers at schools.Read More
Multiple choice questions are more useful and versatile than you might think. You just need to write them well! Learn how in this post.Read More
Using digital handouts and worksheets can save your school thousands of dollars in photocopying costs and save trees from a pulpy grave.Read More
Beware of the 'one-stop-shop' learning management systems that beguile decision makers with impressive-looking feature lists.
In this post, Stile Education CEO Byron Scaf asks why we accept quantity over quality in education software.Read More
Some of our Australian readers may have caught this opinion piece in The Age/SMH yesterday. In it, graduate teacher Michael Davidson contends that iPads, laptops and other ‘connected devices’ are a distraction in the classroom and should be removed. He also questions the importance of ‘digital literacy’.
It won’t surprise you to learn that we respectfully disagree! Our CEO Byron Scaf replied.Read More