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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.
Professor Marilyn Fleer wins the prestigious Australian Laureate Fellowship 2018.
"Data about how people learn is very commercially valuable,” said Monash's Neil Selwyn in the Age.
“These products are often free. If you aren't paying for the product, you are the product.”
“It’s all about people and the connections we make that can contribute to a better world,” says our alumni Kylie Clarke.
Kylie is a Gunditjmara, Wotjobaluk and Ngarrindjeri woman who grew up on Wadawurrung Country in Geelong and made the Dean's honours list in 2007.
Her journey is incredible.
What impact does a parent's use of a mobile phone have on their child's development?
Carrie Ewin explains how she's researching this, and why it's important, as part of her presentation in Monash's 3 minute thesis competition.
"Anyone can learn, but not everyone can teach," writes Deborah Corrigan in Monash Lens.
Intercultural education is now a mandatory part of both the Victorian and Australian Curriculum. But what do the basic concepts and terms actually mean?
Check out this new article from Niranjan Casinader.
Anyone can learn, but not everyone can teach, writes Deb Corrigan about how entry into a teaching degree is more th… https://t.co/6M2c91Mfuw
It's time to see culture in more than one way, perhaps as a mind-set or attitude to life and not simply based on ge… https://t.co/DGWje3ENsA