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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.
"I had only worked as an accountant for a couple of months before I thought, 'this is not for me’! So I got out. It's the best thing I ever did, and I've never looked back," says PhD candidate Nicola Sum.
She retrained as a teacher, worked in the UK and eventually took up a position as Principal in an international school in Bangladesh.
Nicola was so inspired by that experience that she's returned to Monash to complete a PhD, looking at the experience and practice of educational leaders in Bangladesh.
"We have theories about what leaders need to do, but there's not a lot of empirical research on education in South Asia. It is a bit of a blind spot," she says.
Nicola says she's looking forward to taking her findings back to Bangladesh and to work to provide more support for school leaders. #monashpride #studentstories
"I really want all our Myanmar pre-school aged children to have a joyful childhood with quality early childhood programs," says our wonderful alumna Lah Lah.
Lah Lah completed her Master of Education with us in 2012 and has since gone on to set up RISE Preschool in Yangon.
"Our vision is to provide holistic early childhood education with international standard curriculum to our local children with reasonable fees. In our country only a handful can afford to enrol in international schools," she explains.
Lah Lah is also using her skills to train up women to run daycare in their own homes. "I believe I can reach more children and families this way."
Thanks to Lah Lah for the gorgeous pictures. We love hearing from our alumni. You can share your story here: https://www.monash.edu/education/alumni/where-are-you-now
"The students admired all of the players and that really had an impact when it came to talking about how important reading was," said Natalie, a pre-service teacher who went out and about with the Melbourne Football Club as part of our Read Like a Demon program earlier this month.
The players visited 18 schools in Melbourne and read "After the Fall" by Dan Santat and Nobody Likes a Fart by Zoë Foster Blake.
"Students were almost shocked to hear the footballers enjoyed reading. The boys changed many attitudes that day!"
Find out more about the partnership to reduce the number of reluctant readers in schools between Monash and the Melbourne Football Club.
Should smart phones be banned in classrooms? Monash Professor Neil Selwyn says: a blanket ban won't work
What do you think? Has the horse bolted?
"In the wake of the schools shootings in Florida, therapy dogs have been used as a way to provide comfort and support for students returning to school. Research has shown therapy dogs can reduce stress and provide a sense of connection in difficult situations," write Monash researchers Christine Grové and Linda Henderson on the The Conversation today.
RT @MonashUni: Change is coming. #CHANGEIT https://t.co/XHPiFd7uvo
Change is coming.
RT @NatEduSummit: Join Ann Gervasoni from @MonashEducation and explore whole school approaches that assist students to strive mathematicall…
The Read Like a Demon program has officially kicked off in 2018! School visits took place in week 1. @melbournefc players read a picture book to primary school kids which was supported by questions developed by Monash pre-service teachers. A great start to the year! Thanks to all those participating! #literacy#rlad#mfc#rolemodels
Our Monash Education students are facilitating STEM programs in conjunction with @monashtechschool. Check it out! #STEMItUp 🤖
“What were you first at?” - the question to guests at our #InternationalWomensDay event on Thursday. 👩🏻💼👩🏼🎨👩🏻🚒👩🏽🎤👩🏻⚖️🤱🏼👩🏻✈️👩🏾🎓👷🏼♀️🤰🏿