Andrew Martin

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Building students’ capacity to navigate disruptions can help them grow and achieve during COVID-19 and beyond.

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An educational approach that helps students focus on their own progress can level the academic playing field, the largest study of its kind has shown.

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Adaptability, aspirations and parents will help school leavers perform during the pandemic, say UNSW education experts.

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When teachers are more adaptable, they're better able to respond to the changing nature of teaching, and navigate a complex workplace.

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Of the four people central to secondary school students’ learning and achievement: the student, the parent (or carer), the teacher, and the peers, without question the most influential is the student, writes Andrew Martin.

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As retirement looms for elite sportspeople, there is a need to prepare for the transition to post-sport life. But there are important things to consider long before this, writes Andrew Martin.

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There are lots of ways teachers greatly influence children’s outcomes, including improving motivation and resilience, writes Andrew Martin.

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A computer scientist calling for bans on 'killer robots', an internationally respected drug researcher, and a chemist developing 'smart' nanoparticles to target tumours are among 16 new Scientia Professors.

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Increasingly, our research is demonstrating the substantial role that teacher-student relationships play in motivation and engagement, writes Andrew Martin.