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New research, conducted by Professor Helen Forgasz and Adjunct Professor Gilah Leder of Monash University and commissioned by The Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia.
Faculty secures funding for a landmark study into Australian undergraduate degrees in vocational institutions.
Monash Education contributes to the enhancement of teaching and learning in Saudi schools.
A new Health and Physical Education curriculum has been developed. Monash is working to help educators apply new theories in practical ways and focus on student-centred learning.
Come along to our free HPE seminar on Wednesday May 30 to find out how.
Teachers say these seminars help break down the curriculum and use it in their classroom and are "so informative and useful."
The design of our new building explained. What's your favourite space?
"Happy kids learn." Simple words from Principal Murray Kitteringham that had a powerful effect.
If you haven't seen it already, check out this moving episode "Teaching Success" from SBS: http://bit.ly/2wdxrsi
Monash lecturer Kate de Bruin is passionate about social justice and sees education as the best way to eliminate disadvantage.
"Education is meant to be leveller. But sadly we have entrenched disadvantage and have aspects of education that reproduce disadvantage.
"What sits at the heart of my work is trying to reverse those structures," says the former Frankston High English teacher.
Kate loves that moment when she sees the lightbulb go off in the next generation of teachers. "It means I've changed hearts and minds, and changed future practice.
"It means that my students go out in the world and can really make a difference for kids in need."
Olivia Stephens has always wanted to be a teacher, and doesn't it show?
“Everything is new and exciting when you are working with little kids, which is what I feel teaching is about.
“It’s so much fun and they have such an interesting way of looking at stuff.”
Thanks to 4-year-old Lily for joining Olivia, and other first year early years education students as they tested out the fabulous art room at our Peninsula Campus.
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Early Years? Primary? Secondary? Double degree? Clayton? Peninsula? What do you do? We are here to help at the VCE Expo all weekend! 😎 #Choices
Some #wednesdaywisdom #loveteaching
Teach in Kent, UK? Yes! Secondary teaching vacancies are available at a secondary boys school in Kent - starting in September 2018! Visit www.teachin.co.uk/teaching-overseas
#virtualreality and #augmentedreality on display at our drop-in session Tuesday April 24 10-11.30. Teaching and Learning Space. #techsavvyteachers