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Scholar exchange kicks off major new alliance between world-leading education faculties.
Monash has developed a revolutionary intervention program now being trialled with at-risk young Victorians.
Monash and The University of South Pacific forge a new alliance.
"We've got thousand and thousands of students coming with very low literacy at the secondary level and I think the system really does not know how to deal with them."
That is something former school teacher, Principal and Monash alumni Steven Townsend wants to change.
He's now in his second year of a PhD at Monash, investigating what are the most effective ways of helping struggling adolescent readers.
"It's where real change can happen but it needs the standing that comes with a PhD."
#changeit #monashpride #welcomeback
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Want to collaborate and innovate in STEM Education?
Come along to our free STEMinar to share ideas and insights into how to nurture critical and creative thinking in your classroom.
November 8, 5-7.30pm
Event is free, registrations essential: bit.ly/steminar-critical-thinking
Really? Robin Williams playing John Keating in Dead Poets Society didn't make the top 5?
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"It's rewarding to see how children grow over time, especially the young ones. It’s such a sense of achievement for me," says our alumni Evelyn Zhu.
Evelyn, who is originally from China, finished her Master of Teaching with us last year, and now works in an early learning centre in Melbourne.
Her first early months in Australia were tough, she says. "But I always like challenges.
"It was very different and definitely opened up my eyes. I've learnt a lot in this new culture and this new environment."
Evelyn says she is loving working with both Chinese and English speaking kids, and is to keep learning and growing professionally.
"'I've grown in terms of experience and my mindset. I think I'm very different than I was before."
It was wonderful to catch up with you on campus, Evelyn, and see you are flourishing in your new career.
And when you open your own centre in the future? We'll just be so proud.
"It's about a change in language — to draw on the strengths, assets and resources and move forward in meaningful wa… https://t.co/TNfpZz4pMc
Congratulations to the crew who produced and performed an entirely new musical, as part of their teacher preparation. You had the audience smiling and laughing. #weusedtoplayinabandtoo
For #HPE teachers who want to know more about adopting a strength-based approach in their classes: a new article an… https://t.co/u86Fn8WpnE
#loveteaching wisdom from @misterwootube. Anybody else all 😍 to see how passionate he is about teaching? How lucky are his students?
Well, hello spring, from our two student engagement officers Alisha and @drish29 (Drish). Who else is enjoying this beautiful weather?
#Monashalumni and psychologist @sabinaread is giving a free talk about how to create a thriving relationship. She will share pracitcal, evidence-based tips. You might recognise her from #channel7 or #marriedatfirstsight. Monday October 8.