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International students are highly valued by Victorian school principals but more needs to be done to support their learning.
Professor Marilyn Fleer will lead Australia's largest study into play-based education, designed to develop the next generation of STEM minds.
Innovative world-leading research and strong engagement with industry has helped Monash University secure funding in the latest Australian Research Council (ARC) grants for Linkage Projects.
Teachers who practice mindfulness in the classroom tend to be better organised, more attentive to students and better communicators, says Monash's Craig Hassed in Teacher Magazine this week.
Craig is co-presenting a mindfulness short course for teachers October 23.
"It might be a far cry from maths and science, but teaching children to de-stress has become such a valuable tool for some Australian teachers that they are arguing meditation, or mindfulness, should be part of the national curriculum," the ABC has reported.
What do you think?
"I think I was born to be a teacher" says lawyer, law lecturer and Monash alumni Rachel Kessel.
She recently was recognised with our Dean's award for her Master of Education in Expert Teaching Practice.
"[It] opened my eyes, and made me change my whole way of thinking.
"We're trying to prepare students for a future we cannot see, and we need to collaborate, be brave and try new things in order to deliver a well-rounded education.
"This is a time to empower students to set their own precedents!”
The Nationally Consistent Collection of Data is the annual collection of information about Australian school students with a disability.
It's how schools access support for students who have a disability, and a big change for teachers.
Last month, we hosted a forum designed for school leaders, policy makers and the government to share their experiences, amplify successes and draft recommendations for the future.
"Empowering learners in schools is an important challenge for leaders that requires a level of vulnerability and trust. Leaders who support high-quality relationships ... reap the rewards of more confident and engaged learners who are also positive and proactive community members," writes Monash education leadership expert Fiona Longmuir in #TeachSpace.
With thanks to Monash alumni Laura Carolan from Parktone Primary School and Mokhamad Iksan from EQuiC in Indonesia for sharing their stories of student empowerment.
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We saw the most beautiful 10 year old girls dance this morning at the local market!
We have finished 7 days of teaching, almost teaching the halfway mark with 8 days to go. This weekend we are heading to the local market, relaxing on the beach and then heading off to karaoke 🌴
We are loving getting to know each other over in the Cooks! Teachers just all seem to think alike ☺️ Getting to know others in different faculties and disciplines is so interesting too! Here in the Cooks we have 13 students from the Education faculty, 1 masters student and 12 undergrad students. We are a mixed bag of lollies studying either primary or secondary 👩🏽🏫 👨🏫
Need a memorable way of reminding students about these commonly confused homophones? Try something like this! The kids in the Cooks love it 🌴🌴🌴