Co-hosted by co-founder of Enquiry Tracker, Greg Campitelli, Ticker Ed is a new fortnightly, studio-produced 12-minute, education content show, part of a series called Ticker Originals which have online reach in the millions of monthly hits featured on the global news platform Ticker News.
Now in its second year, the show focuses on a positive snapshot on topics relevant to education. Topics include: managing and growing enrolments; remote learning; cyber safety, cultivating philanthropy; nutrition; the gap year; mental wellbeing; emerging technologies; leadership and much more.
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SEASON 2: EPISODE 8
The Challenge of Delivering Education in Countries Affected By War
Episode 8 of Ticker Ed sheds light on the extraordinary challenges faced by teachers and students in countries so terribly affected by war. What can schools do to provide assistance and help those in desperate need? What are some great ways we can talk to students about this subject in class? Join us as we welcome guest to the show, International Committee of the Red Cross Spokesperson and Regional Media Advisor (Asia Pacific), Anita Dullard, who shares her knowledge.
SEASON 2: EPISODE 7
Uniform or No Uniform in Schools - The Great Debate
School uniforms have existed for almost as long as there have been organised schools, but are they a good thing? Why do we wear them and what are the pros and cons to having a school uniform? Join us for Episode 7 featuring Executive Director and CEO of Association of Independent School Admission Professionals in USA, Janice Crampton.
SEASON 2: EPISODE 6
Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges in Education
Incorporating Indigenous knowledges in education, the awareness of and respect for a body of knowledge and understanding offered by First Nations peoples is gaining long overdue traction in education systems around the world. Join us for Episode 6 of our second season of Ticker Ed, featuring University of Sydney Director, Indigenous Research, Professor Jakelin Troy.
SEASON 2: EPISODE 5
With wellbeing and mental health at the forefront of our thinking more so than ever before, it’s worth discussing the wellbeing of a group of our most important leaders: our school principals. Join us for Episode 5 of our second season of Ticker Ed, featuring Senior Lecturer - Educational Leadership and Head of Postgraduate Education, Dr Paul Kidson.
SEASON 2: EPISODE 4
Enrolment Trends - A Market Place
In education, choice is now the dominant driver of enrolment and schools are realising they need to compete. As schools change their thinking, inclusion and community outreach are new critical capabilities schools must develop. Join us for Episode 4 of our second season of Ticker Ed, featuring SchoolMint CEO, Bryan MacDonald.
SEASON 2: EPISODE 3
Incredible Benefits of Engaging with Alumni
The importance of engaging with alumni is growing. As schools and higher education institutions realise the value gained financially and in experience and connectivity with their former students, they have come to a greater understanding of the relationship between institution and person. Join us for Ticker Ed this week, featuring Daniel Cohen, CEO of Graduway.
SEASON 2: EPISODE 2
How Schools Can Raise $1m in 24Hrs
The cost for schools to deliver education is increasing. With government funding struggling to keep abreast, should schools be looking to philanthropy as a legitimate new revenue stream? Join us for this great episode featuring Mandy McFarland, CEO of Educate Plus.
SEASON 2: EPISODE 1
Are We Doing Education Right?
Hear from our guest to the series this week, Meg Foley, President of Reimagining Education, as we delve into the school system as we know it. Split into primary, secondary and tertiary levels, classroom based, one teacher and separated subjects, but are we getting it right? Is there room for other models of education?
Bring back the Milk! Nutrition & Learning
Featuring Lucinda Hancock, Nutrition Australia's CEO (VIC) & Accredited Nutritionist
We dive into nutrition and learning. Good eating has come under greater focus as fast food consumption grows and physical activity decreases, resulting in an increase in rates of obesity around the world. The importance of a healthy diet and its impact on learning is key.
Gender in Education
Featuring Australia’s National Children’s Commissioner for the Australian Human Rights Commission, Anne Hollonds.
This week we unpack some of the gender-based issues in education, the changing landscape of the discourse and take a look at access and equity in relation to gender.
Featuring Hugh van Cuylenburg, co-founder and presenter of The Resilience Project and published author.
This episode, we delve into 'Building Resilience'. Made even more problematic by the global COVID pandemic, levels of stress and anxiety continue to increase, challenging people’s resilience, their ability to deal with life’s bumps and bounce back. For young people, resilience is perhaps one of life’s most important skills.
Co-Ed and Single Sex Schools: The State of Play
Featuring Loren Bridge, Executive Officer of The Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia.
Join us as we delve into an ongoing debate: given gender stereotypes and differences between the sexes, do girls and boys learn better together or separately? Or are there alternative hybrid models? We analyse the benefits of both single sex and co-education learning.
Remote Learning in the COVID Era
Featuring Elizabeth Hanney, Principal Siena College, Melbourne AUS
Discover how schools have pivoted from in-class teaching to delivering virtual space education. Understand the challenges this has brought to students, staff & families. Examine the innovation it has enabled and the ongoing effect these may have on the future of education.
The Challenge for Schools in Managing Enrolments under COVID
All schools, primary, secondary and tertiary, have been impacted in the COVID era with parents and students unable to visit schools or universities to consider choice. Given that future enrolments are the lifeline of all educational institutions, Ticker Ed explores the issues that are confronting schools as they re-establish themselves in the new norm.