There’s more in the Mail

in Features this morning

There are five myths on curricular approaches to student wellbeing – here’s how to bust them. Jacquelyn Cranney, Nalini Pather, Leesa Sidhu, and Gary Velan (all UNSW) explain in this week’s selection Commissioning Editor Sally Kift for her celebrated series, Needed now in learning and teaching.

plus Conor King (Tertiary Education Analysis) on the purposes of higher education: personal development, economic outcome, social status and what Dr Seuss has to teach about the third, HERE.

and Sean Brawley, Richard Cook and Ellenie Petrou on how Uni Wollongong learned to manage change