A week of free public events, workshops, lectures, exhibitions and activities. 13–17 August.
QS Rankings named us in the top 15 globally for Education
Discover more to change more.4–5 August.
Nurture the next generation of leaders. Develop new ways to teach.
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.
Extend yourself with these free public lectures and professional development opportunities.
3-Minute thesis competition winner investigated impact of parents' screen time on their children.
Research shows that supporting refugees should not be just about material aid for survival. It should also include opportunities to learn, work and thrive.
Presenting a new stop motion animation film written and illustrated by a group of students from a refugee background.
Is it carrying the metaphor too far to say the teachers are the #windex?
Want to create some #whitespace in your family life?
Join Monash expert Craig Hassed for a free mindfulness workshop for parents.
Thursday 16 August 2018, 6-7.30pm. Live streaming is available.
As part of our education showcase, this public event is free but registrations are essential: https://bit.ly/2ujwY3I
We love this story about one very special school principal from NSW, making a real difference is in country town.
Thank you Mr Carrett for reminding us again the power of a teacher to change lives, build communities and inspire change.
“I have so many funny moments every day, even when I’m marking exams,” says graduate teacher Emily Syme, who graduated from Monash in 2015.
Now teaching Year 7-9 History and Geography, she says the best thing about her job is the people.
“The students you teach and the colleagues who you work alongside with are everything.
"I’m a form teacher and I am relishing in the pastoral care aspect of that job, building connections with the young women in my class.
“When you pull off a really good lesson or unit it is so exciting to see all the pieces fall into place. But sometimes I have to admit defeat, and think about improving for next time. It’s hard, because I want to nail every lesson.”
Emily says her time at Monash taught her to value that kind of self-reflection. “[It] was the key to my success during my pre-service rounds and it has held me in good stead as an early-career teacher.”
She says she’s grateful for the opportunity to teach in the Cook Islands, a part of her Monash professional placements.
“The teaching was challenging, as resources were limited, but it opened my eyes to the way a vibrant school is so vital to the health of a community, and the role of teachers in creating that culture.”
Thanks for sharing your story with us Emily. It was wonderful to see you back on campus!
Student ambassador James Elliott and Monash lecturer Jodi Evans are in conversation about studying at Monash, finding your passion and landing a job that really brings you alive.
This is the second of four Facebook lives that we are hosting before Open Day August 4 Monash University Peninsula Campus and August 5 at Clayton campus: https://www.monash.edu/open-day
We were thrilled that Bronson and Daymon visited the faculty today! ❤️#repost#therapydogs
RT @ProfSPickering: @ShabnamSafa reflecting on importance of literature in generating understanding among school students at Cranbourne Sec…
RT @MonashUni: Good luck to our students Brynner Loke and Melinda Koh as they take on the world and represent Australia at the 11th Dragon…
Just now — visiting with Alumna Eliza Rowe, at work as an outdoor ed teacher at Somers Camp. #loveteaching
We are so proud to release this film during #refugeeweek. It was made in collaboration with students from refugee backgrounds at Noble Park Primary School. Jump onto our FB page to check it out! https://bit.ly/2JIYemE #claymation #refugeejourney
Our graduate research students are AMAZing! Congratulations to all our students who presented at the #monasheducation3MT competition! Your research will make a positive impact in communities across the world!
Winner - Carrie Ewin
Runner up - Haleh Rafi
People’s choice - Haoran Zheng