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Become a teacher or explore further studies in Education, Psychology or Counselling
We believe that great research, when properly applied, can lead to lasting and positive change in the world.
We run short courses and events that are perfect for professional development and to extend your teaching knowledge
Thursday 25 May, Peninsula Campus
Curriculum innovation and the five propositions: Working to strengths in 21st century HPE.
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.
Happy graduation! Congratulations to all of our students graduating today.
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This Thursday at Peninsula campus, Karen Lambert, Laura Alfrey and Justen O'Connor will speak about the HPE curriculum and the five new interrelated propositions.
They will discuss how you could apply these in HPE programming, pedagogies and assessment.
Register now! Refreshments provided.
The Faculty of Education is proud to be a platinum sponsor of the Media Centre of Education Research Australia (MCERA).
MCERA is a recently established, independent, not-for-profit national organisation with the vision of advancing education by improving the reporting of education research in the media to enable the public to understand education matters better. Our Deputy Dean Debbie Corrigan attended the launch in South Australia on Monday.
Executive Dean John Loughran and Dr Kathy Smith have been working with teachers at St Joseph's Primary School to help them share their professional knowledge about teaching and learning. Together with the Catholic Education Office they have written a book about their experiences called 'Quality Learning. Teacher's changing their practice.' Read more: http://bit.ly/2pWabek
Are you considering research study in the field of Education? Come along to our Information Session on Thursday 11 May to get an in-depth overview of our graduate research courses, admission requirements and how to apply.
Register now: http://bit.ly/2ovXjGO
Lest We Forget.
A recent article in The Conversation, co-written by some of our academics.
We love this! Teachers impact our lives more than we know and are remembered long after school is finished. Many of our students became educators because of a teacher that inspired them.
Thank you to all the great teachers out there - tag your best ones to let them know the difference they made!