Category: Education

Students flying high with drone piloting classes

It’s up, up and away for 13 lucky Brisbane students studying to become drone pilots. They’re the first high schoolers in the country to have this program in their curriculum. Lily Greer reports.

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Spicer inspires a new generation of journalists

High profile journalist Tracey Spicer has delivered an inspirational message to QUT students. She sat down for a personal Q and A session with undergraduates who are working hard to become the next generation of dedicated reporters. Jorja McDonnell reports.

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Long locks cut short for charity

A group of Brisbane schoolgirls have undergone some drastic changes to help cancer victims. They gave up a little of themselves. Chloe Wilshire reports.

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Public urged to learn CPR

The ambulance service wants more Queenslanders to learn CPR. On Restart a Heart Day, paramedics gave free lessons on how to save lives. Jessica McGrath reports.

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A daily hub for creativity and learning

Just over a year after its official opening, QUT’s second Creative Industries precinct is well and truly thriving. The stunning facility is the home of dance, music and sound production students. And it’s a daily hub for inspired creativity and

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Schools boogie to Borobi

It’s less than six months to the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Now schools across the country are being encouraged to ‘get their boogie on’ with the Games Mascot, Borobi, and the new dance challenge got off to an enthusiastic start

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Highschoolers attend QUT STEM camp

It may be school holidays, but some Queensland secondary students are still hard at work. They’re attending a special camp at QUT focusing on science, technology, engineering and maths. Rachael Maguire reports.

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The Young Endeavour docks in Brisbane

The tall ship Young Endeavour has docked in Brisbane. Its crew of young sailors just completing a challenging voyage off the Queensland coast. Johanna Little reports.

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Year one students to be tested for literacy and numeracy skills

There is a new push from the Turnbull Government to start literacy testing even sooner. They want year one students to undergo the compulsory testing. Marisa Kuhlewein reports.

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QUT powers the future with the first lithium-ion battery in Australia

As technology rapidly develops, so too does the need for a way to power it. A research team from Queensland University of Technology has just produced the first lithium-ion battery in Australia, creating amazing new opportunities. Tim Shepherd reports.

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