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Pallavi Singhal

Education reporter at The Sydney Morning Herald

'High degree of motivation': Augmented, virtual reality transforming classrooms

'High degree of motivation': Augmented, virtual reality transforming classrooms

Brenden Davidson has started bringing augmented and virtual reality into the classroom.

  • by Pallavi Singhal

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'I cried every day': new teachers facing 'troubling' work conditions

'I cried every day': new teachers facing 'troubling' work conditions

A new graduate teacher at a Sydney school says she "cried every day for the first four weeks" of the term and has received very little support.

  • by Pallavi Singhal
A NSW reading program could be lowering NAPLAN scores

A NSW reading program could be lowering NAPLAN scores

A reading program for primary students has 'never proven to work' and may be negatively affecting long-term reading ability, a report has found.

  • by Pallavi Singhal
UNSW staff announce 24-hour strike, some classes expected to be cancelled

UNSW staff announce 24-hour strike, some classes expected to be cancelled

Hundreds of UNSW staff are expected to go on strike for 24 hours from 9am on Wednesday, with some lectures and tutorials expected to be cancelled.

  • by Pallavi Singhal
Four Australian universities lead in new global ranking

Four Australian universities lead in new global ranking

Four Australian universities have appeared in the top 100 in the latest world ranking, and the top-ranked university has moved up 25 places since last year.

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'Where will these students go?': The push for another high-rise public high school in Sydney

'Where will these students go?': The push for another high-rise public high school in Sydney

"Do we need kids falling out the doors of these schools to know there's an issue?''

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'Something needs to be done about this': Inspired student's award-winning robot

'Something needs to be done about this': Inspired student's award-winning robot

Building an autonomous robotic window cleaner for high-rise buildings while he was doing his HSC has won Oliver Nicholls a global science and engineering award.

  • by Pallavi Singhal
Major fire could delay Parramatta's two new schools

Major fire could delay Parramatta's two new schools

There has been a major fire at the Parramatta Public School building that students were moved out of this year to make room for two new schools.

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Teenage girl missing from Sydney's northern beaches

Teenage girl missing from Sydney's northern beaches

Police are calling for assistance to locate a teenage girl who was last seen in the northern beaches on Wednesday.

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How bringing trampolines into schools could improve literacy results

How bringing trampolines into schools could improve literacy results

When Remonda's daughter Sophia, 9, gets upset, Remonda will ask her if she "needs to go bounce it out".

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'Definitely getting harder': Relief at the end of NAPLAN

'Definitely getting harder': Relief at the end of NAPLAN

Year 9 students at Meriden School in Sydney's west said they are relieved a policy linking NAPLAN scores to HSC eligibility has been scrapped.

  • by Pallavi Singhal