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We believe that great research, when properly applied, can lead to lasting and positive change in the world.
Extend yourself with these free public lectures and professional development opportunities.
Five international graduate research students from around the world presented their research at the Winter School 2017.
The official launch of the Education Mentoring Program was held on Tuesday 20 June.
Our Dean, Professor John Loughran has been recognised as one of six leading education academics in the world.
A five-year collaborative project concludes with a launch of a new book, ‘Quality learning. Teachers changing their practice’.
Short 15-minute interviews with some of our researchers talking about their current reading, writing and thinking.
The Faculty of Education at Monash University is pleased to welcome Judy Duffy in the role of Faculty General Manager.
Hear Dr Brett Furlonger examine the recent rise in mental health apps and how counselling practitioners can safely use them.
Thursday 10 August, 6.30pm
Light supper and refreshments provided, register here: http://bit.ly/2tea0ZZ
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Leave No One Behind is a competition for students and recent alumni from Monash University to create business ideas that significantly address social disadvantage in the community. We’re asking you to think big about real-world problems and find solutions via innovative business models, whether it’s a new process, service, creative venture or method of delivery. Three winning teams will be awarded $20,000 in the final round, as well as the opportunity to be paired with an industry mentor and gain access to additional seed funding.
Register for the initial Kick Start Conference on August 3: http://bit.ly/2sZzB97
Did you know we have a podcast called meet the education researcher? Neil Selwyn interviews academics in the faculty about their research. In the most recent episode he chats to Professor Susie Garvis about her work in the areas of quality and policy in early childhood education.
Susie is now a Professor at the University of Gothernburg, making the move from Monash to Sweden a few years ago. She discusses being a 'travelling academic' as well as her current research.
Listen to Meet the education researcher on Soundcloud or subscribe on iTunes.
Are regular classroom teachers really not qualified to teach students with special needs? Kate de Bruin co-writes this piece with Ilektra Spandagou and Linda Graham for the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) blog. http://ow.ly/hrpO30dyxWf
Eleven games and activities for parents to encourage maths in early learning - Associate Professor Sivanes Phillipson and Associate Professor Ann Gervasoni write for The Conversation http://ow.ly/AttG30dyx4a
The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is a competition where PhD students learn how to present their research to non-specialist audiences. Presenting helps students capacity to effectively explain their research in three minutes, in easy to understand language. We held our competition on Monday 10 July with Andres placing first and Haleh coming runner up. They will both present again and have the chance to win the Monash 3MT final in August.
This event was run as part of Winter School, a week-long event of free workshops, seminars and social events for our graduate research students. On Friday 14 July there will be a networking event for current students, alumni and staff who will speak about where research careers can take you. View the Winter School program: http://ow.ly/VhB130dwJVC
Calling Monash students & alumni ready to use their powers for good. Launch your startup journey:… https://t.co/8al3OlZKdZ
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