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Free film screening & professional development workshopFriday 10 March, Monash Peninsula Campus
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Congratulations to Professor John Loughran, Executive Dean, Faculty of Education, who has been appointed a Sir John Monash Distinguished Professor.
Roughly 300 people have crossed from mainland Australia to Tasmania in a sea kayak via the islands of Bass Strait. Education lecturer Beau Miles and his small party of expedition members made the crossing in March of 2016 and have created a feature film about their journey. We invite you to come to our Peninsula campus to watch this film on Friday 10 March.
The Health and Physical Education team are hosting a professional development workshop for outdoor educators prior to the film screening called "Using digital media in outdoor education to represent the journey".
Registration and more information: http://bit.ly/2mnJqcU
Welcome to all of our new Education students that attended Orientation today. We hope you loved it as much as our student ambassadors did! #MonashOWeek #students #ambassadors #education
Our first Engaging STEM Education seminar for 2017 is coming up on Thursday 16 March.
Our Dean, Professor John Loughran and our Deputy Dean, Professor Debbie Corrigan will be joined by Andrew Wilkinson, Science Academy Leader at Sandringham College to unpack the question "What is STEM education?"
Registrations are essential: http://bit.ly/2lQZFzS
If you're interested in STEM education then you won't want to miss this free event!
Read the latest article co-written by some of our academics on The Conversation
It is crucial to engage students with STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) disciplines.
For the first time, we are offering a Graduate Certificate in STEM Education.
Open to current STEM Educators who want to build their skills and capacity in STEM, this course is completed part time over one year. Subsidised government supported places are available.
We still have places available for semester 1, so if you are interested you can still apply.
More information and how to apply: http://bit.ly/2kvLZMZ
Direct applications are now open for our Bachelor of Education (Honours) course. This course is suited for anyone who wants to start their journey to becoming a teacher in 2017. Applications close on 10 February.
Choose one of the following specialisations:
Early Years and Primary
Primary and Secondary Health and Physical Education
Primary and Secondary Inclusive Education
Secondary Health and Physical Education
For more information and entry requirements: http://bit.ly/2jLFQcK
"I want students to be able to see science, and take it wherever they want to take it."
Hear our recent alumni Aleksandra, Garratt and Aish speak about why they chose to teach their passions to others.