The Standard: April 01 2019 Brauer College supporting their students through Hands on Learning
The Age/SMH: March 22 2019
The courage and resilience of HoL student Tahlia and the power of learning by doing – captured beautifully by journalist Tony Wright.
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The Heywood Herald: February 22 2019
Students at Heywood Consolidated School reconnect and experience success through the Hands on Learning Program.
Rainbow Argus: January 31 2019
The Rainbow Argus has reprinted their story featuring the work of Hands on Learning students as part of their 2018 Year in Review edition
The Advocate: December 20 2018
Hands on Learning students from Daylesford Secondary College are ‘Gettin Dirty’ re-establishing the community reserve Cornish Hill.
Star Journal: Thursday December 13 2018. Unveiled: Authentic and meaningful ‘seating pods’ built by the Hands on Learning students at Doveton College
Shepparton News November 22 2018
Hands on Learning program supported by Tomorrow Today at Benalla P-12 College quoted as being “crucial in keeping her young son engaged with learning.”
Mansfield Courier November 21 2018
Mansfield Secondary College – in partnership with Mansfield Primary School receive funding from the Mansfield and District Community Bank’s Community Contributions to go towards Hands on Learning (HoL) Project.