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"For me, being a teacher is about social justice and empowerment. It's about helping people find themselves and their skills and build on those skills," says Kate Hill, who graduated with her Master of Education in expert teaching practice this week.
Kate — who for years worked with refugees and people seeking asylum — is soon to head off to Nairobi, Kenya.
She will teach in an international school and plans to volunteer with educational projects supporting South Sudanese refugees.
“It will be different to Australia, but I think you need to think about the many stories about Africa, rather than the one narrative about death, danger and destruction."
Good luck Kate! Stay in touch, we'd love to hear about your work.
Judy Lee is a graduate high school maths and science teacher at Narre Warren South P-12 College and the joint winner of the Invergowrie Foundation Education Scholarship for Women. Congratulations Judy!
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It's Graduation Day! Congratulations to all our nearly 700 new alumni, especially these #finehumans, some of our wonderful student ambassadors.
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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."
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RT @MonashAlumni: We welcomed Sophie Fenton as today's first @MonashEducation graduation speaker. Sophie is an education pioneer and design…
Congratulations to our most recent Education graduates.
Check out our pictures from #GraduationBingo. You can still get involved! Check out our previous post for more info. #LoveTeaching #MonashAlumni
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You could win 2x Gold Class movie tickets for getting involved. Check out our previous post for more information.
It's graduation time! Want to play #graduationbingo with us on Tuesday? Here's how to play: Get one of each of these pictures: proud parents, a group of friends graduating, hat toss, teddy bears' picnic, PhD graduate and cool shoes. Use #graduationbingo and tag @monash_education. Bonus points for a selfie with the Dean, the beadle and mace and/or the brightest academic dress. Best entry tomorrow from each graduation wins two gold-class movie tickets. Our student ambassador Anthony Lo will be #leadingtheway. Good luck!
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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