Bringing the fizz back into learning

In the last few days, our friend and educationalist Dan Meyer has once again inspired us with his recent post Collective effervescence is the cost of personalized learning. This term comes from the French sociologist Émile Durkheim, and refers to the fizz or buzz that is generated from the social experience of participation. [...]

By |September 30th, 2016|0 Comments

Stimulating curiosity to enhance learning

Curiosity is born from a desire to learn for the sake of gaining new knowledge about a particular subject or idea. In contrast to rote learning practices, curiosity promotes a deeper level of understanding as it motivates a learner to think critically and engage with the material to seek out answers. Research [...]

By |September 20th, 2016|0 Comments

The benefits of online learning spaces

It’s not a groundbreaking concept to suggest that students benefit from individualised learning practices. Every student learns in a different way, and teaching methods that are effective for one student may not be compatible with another’s preferred learning style. But it is a difficult task for teachers to tailor their lessons to [...]

By |September 16th, 2016|0 Comments

Cracking Cross-Curricula Coverage

ABC Reading Eggs brings a wealth of extra resources into your classroom, it's more than just a tool for building students’ essential reading and comprehension skills. Over 2,000 eBooks in the Reading Eggs Library cover a vast array of topics from Antarctica to Zoo Animals and can boost your resources within other subject areas. There [...]

By |August 26th, 2016|0 Comments

Cracking the code: Western Australia teachers join the coding craze

Coding. It’s the latest learning trend to sweep the world and for good reason. Technology is becoming increasingly prevalent in our personal and working lives. Research from Deloitte found Australia will need 100,000 additional workers with ICT skills within the next five years and some students will end up in jobs that [...]

By |August 2nd, 2016|1 Comment

Welcoming WA Reading Eggs Lead Educator Amy Williums, St Joseph’s School, Queens Park

Reading Eggs Lead Educator Amy Williums Amy Williums leading Reading Eggs at St Joseph's School Having worked as an education assistant and currently a special needs assistant for over 8 years Amy, has seen the difference an engaging and exciting program can make to a child’s learning. When introduced to Reading Eggs [...]

By |June 7th, 2016|1 Comment

New Interactive: Walking back and forth

The Mathletics development team is pleased to announce the release of a brand new interactive. Walking back and forth, from Dr Marian Small, is the newest addition to Mathletics for Foundation level students and teachers. Engaging in this task provides students with an opportunity to practice the counting sequence, observe the effect [...]

By |March 9th, 2016|0 Comments

Australia’s first Reading Eggs Lead Educator Leanne O’Brien, Jubilee Christian College

Leanne O’Brien, Reading Eggs Lead Educator, QLD 3P Learning’s Certification team is proud to introduce Leanne O’Brien who is, not only the first teacher to become Reading Eggs Certified, but also the first to achieve Lead Educator status.  Well done Leanne! Leanne has been working as a teacher since 2004 and the past 6 years [...]

By |March 3rd, 2016|1 Comment

NEW: The Reading Eggs Certification Pathway

Here at 3P Learning one of our main goals is to support our schools and create strong communities of like-minded educators by sharing knowledge, skills and expertise. The brand new Reading Eggs Certification Pathway acknowledges and rewards the outstanding contribution teachers are making on behalf of students and school communities. Reading Eggs certification [...]

By |February 16th, 2016|0 Comments

Learning before learning, our youths’ early reading ability

As children enter school, it is perceived that this is where the learning journey begins. That a child’s empty plates of knowledge will be filled with nourishment that only a school can provide. But what if those plates of knowledge already have something on it before schooling begins and is it good [...]

By |February 12th, 2016|0 Comments

Students at James Cook Primary School presented with Interactive Projector

It was excitement all round as students and teachers of James Cook Primary School were today presented with a brand new Epson MeetingMate projector. The Projector, which is able to display content from virtually any device and allows two people to draw write and click at the same time, was first prize in [...]

By |February 10th, 2016|0 Comments

What makes the perfect school backpack?

What do Pens, books, lunch, bus passes and so on have in common? They are all school tools that are found in an everyday child’s backpack. The backpack literally carries your children’s education and is a key tool in your child’s schooling life. When purchasing a bag for the new school year, a [...]

By |December 18th, 2015|0 Comments

The Battle of Back to School

As a parent, you’re a war torn veteran in the annual battle of the first day of school. Your plan of attack is set, from uniforms to cartoons and your weapons of hair comb and camera for the embarrassing first day shot are ready. We at 3P are also experienced in the battle [...]

By |December 18th, 2015|0 Comments

Learning in everything

What is one of the most common complaints from children when returning to school? The answer, “I won’t even use this in real life”. Children when returning back to school don’t consider schooling to be a time of knowledge and discovery. It’s in these times that they can find themselves and what they’re [...]

By |December 18th, 2015|0 Comments

3 ways to help your child balance homework and free time

The afternoon of the first day of school can be a slippery slope for children if they’re not careful. Children may get caught in the difference between holiday free time and after school free time. It is in this after school time that the balance of homework and extra-curricular activities need to be [...]

By |December 18th, 2015|0 Comments