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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.
Thursday 11 May, Clayton Campus
Gain an in-depth overview of our graduate research courses, admission requirements and how to apply.
Congratulations to Professor John Loughran, Executive Dean, Faculty of Education, who has been appointed a Sir John Monash Distinguished Professor.
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!
If you missed our Making sense of STEM education event at Scienceworks, you can watch the video here.
Outcomes for deaf and hard of hearing children have vastly improved in the last two decades.
Monash Education alumnus Professor Greg Leigh AO will argue that the effectiveness of early intervention depends in large measures on the partnerships that are created between professionals and families. He will look into the National Disability Insurance Scheme, best practice in regard to the combination, coordination and delivery of professional services to these children in the context of early intervention.
This is a free event, with light supper and refreshments provided. Registration is essential: http://bit.ly/2nbW1Bl
Thursday 30 March, 7pm
Monash Club, Clayton Campus
You can come and watch Bass by Kayak this Friday from 7pm at Peninsula campus. Meet Beau and the team and hear his experience. Everyone is welcome to this free event.
More details and to register:
On Monday we announced the Building Leadership and Change through School Immersion project. The Faculty of Education will be hosting 50 senior school teachers, principals and supervisors from Saudi Arabia for a six month program, as part of Saudi Arabia's National Transformation Plan 2030. City of Melbourne Lord Mayor Robert Doyle and Councillor Phillip Le Liu attended the orientation program and welcomed the participants to Melbourne.
The Faculty is excited to be working with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Education in this long-term collaboration to build leadership capacity for change in education.
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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