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Our student teachers at Peninsula campus invited Grade 2 students from Kingswood Primary School to explore local animals and their habitat through art.
International Early Learning and Child Well-being Study (IELS), is a proposed global testing of children as young as 5 years of age. As a group of Australian early childhood academics, we stand against this initiative. Here is why.
Five international graduate research students from around the world presented their research at the Winter School 2017.
Our Dean, Professor John Loughran has been recognised as one of six leading education academics in the world.
The official launch of the Education Mentoring Program was held on Tuesday 20 June.
The Faculty of Education at Monash University is pleased to welcome Judy Duffy in the role of Faculty General Manager.
This semester 18 Wallara clients have been visiting the Peninsula campus to participate in health and physical education activities in which they designed in collaboration with 3rd year Monash Health and Physical Education students.
The project builds on the ‘Keep on Learning’ program, an initiative developed by Wallara and Monash Education to support the development of numeracy and literacy amongst Wallara clients and increase the skills of pre-service teachers to teach inclusively.
Watch Andres presenting at the 3 Minute Thesis final, which was held during Winterfest at Clayton campus. Andres' topic is 'Making sense of images in an adult English language teaching'.
Understand connections between different pedagogical approaches, content areas and emerging digital technologies and learn how to apply them before going on a guided tour of the Victorian Space Science Education Centre
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Last Friday, 40 current Monash Education students hosted 100 Year 2 students from Kingswood Primary School at Peninsula Campus as part of their Art, Community and Environment unit which explores Art Reach and Animal Habitat Art (AHA!).
The children were accompanied by their teachers - all of whom are Monash Education alumni coming back with their own classes!
Inspired by local birds, animals and plantings, our pre-service teachers introduced the children to the concept of AHA!
Working together, students created shadow puppets and a mural that showcased local animals and their habitats. The children also explored the AHA! Walk at Peninsula campus which features decorated AHA! nest boxes.
The purpose of this Art Reach experience is to complement primary school children’s art and sustainability curriculum studies and to extend our Monash University pre-service teachers’ studies of Primary art teaching and learning as related to the Victorian Curriculum (ACARA).
This AHA! Art Reach experience will lead to children developing a series of nest box artwork into the future and it’s anticipated that children and their families will explore the AHA! Theme further through shared inter-generational art making and storytelling.
If you missed our last Dean's Lecture, Teaching Matters: Motivation, commitment and wellbeing - it's now available to view online! Hear Professor Paul Richardson reflect on the skills, knowledge and abilities to be an effective teacher.
Here's one for the Education researchers! Register now for an upcoming 'shut up and write' session hosted by the Monash University Library. If you are writing articles, theses or book chapters - these sessions are designed for you! Register now!
Professor Helen Watt is conducting long-term longitudinal studies in Australia, and collaborating with leading international experts in the US, Germany and Finland to identify why young students — particularly girls — are not motivated to pursue the STEM fields.
RT @MonashAlumni: Discover the many rewards of a @MonashUni graduate degree. Register for the Graduate Study Expo on Wed 18 October https:/…
That's a wrap from us here at Monash Education stay tuned for the video which we will email out to you! #DLS #teachingmatters