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We run short courses and events that are perfect for professional development and to extend your teaching knowledge
The official launch of the Education Mentoring Program was held on Tuesday 20 June.
Wednesday 28 June, Clayton Campus
Join us for a free public lecture. Teaching Matters: Motivation, commitment and wellbeing. Presented by Professor Paul Richardson
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.
Congratulations to Helen Watt who was announced as a Monash University 2017 Australian Future Fellow
MERGA40 is the special 40th anniversary conference of the Maths Education Research Group Australasia (MERGA).
The opening ceremony on Sunday 2 July begins with a keynote address 'The M in STEM: National Perspectives' by Australia's Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel AO.
Limited tickets to the opening ceremony are available here: http://ow.ly/aiD630cPluG
Chief Scientist Alan Finkel AO will give keynote @MERGA_maths conference on Sunday 2 July. Limited tix available: https://t.co/47C5V5WzfE
John Pardy discusses how to navigate the vocational education landscape @RNLifeMatters https://t.co/IPFGjW5fR1
Kate de Bruin, a lecturer in Inclusive Education, co-authored this piece in The Conversation today.
Our 2017 Mentoring Program was launched on Tuesday. Mentoring provides students with a unique opportunity to form connections with the industry they want to work in.
One of last year's mentees said "my mentor helped me to improve my overall confidence in my teaching and future career path. She was extremely encouraging and through our conversations gave me much insight into my future endeavours. She has given me a great perspective on teaching and really opened up my eyes into a world of new opportunities."
If you are interested in providing mentoring opportunities for our students please get in touch - we love connecting people!
If you're considering studying a Master of Education in 2017, come along to our event next Tuesday at Clayton campus. You can meet the course leader and graduates of the course and find out all you need to know about career outcomes, course structure and subjects.
The Master of Education can be studied online and allows you to specialise in one of these areas: adult learning, digital learning, early childhood education, educational leadership and policy, expert teaching practice, inclusive and special education or general education studies.
Marina Habashi is a Master of Teaching student in Primary and Secondary Education. She has been selected to be part of the Global Discovery Program, which will see her fly to New York in late June to visit with Monash's prominent alumni in their workplaces, ask questions and be inspired by their career pathway from student to Global Leader.
Marina was selected for this exclusive program along with seven other students from across the University. There were hundreds of applications and it was an extremely competitive process. To apply, Marina had to submit a 30 second video on the theme #justimagine.
The Global Discovery Program is an eight day immersive, international internship with exclusive access to influential global Monash alumni and their networks. The program is funded, supported and hosted by Monash University alumni.
Marina will be sharing her experience via instagram so make sure to follow @monash_education for updates.
Find out more about the Monash Discovery Program and all of the participants:
Dr David Zyngier discussed his research on Private v Public Schools this morning on Sunrise.
This year there will be an ARIA Music Teacher of the Year Award to recognise the influence of Australian music teachers on our kids. If you know an exceptional music teacher make sure you nominate them.
More information and nomination form: http://ow.ly/3cph30cvvji