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Social media has become a significant part of many teachers’ professional lives. But Neil Selwyn says that the benefits are mixed - see why.
Australians think their schools are doing pretty well, findings in a new national survey by Monash University show.
A new Monash University project is helping schools to use research evidence to improve teaching and learning.
Laureate Professor Marilyn Fleer is spear-heading Australia's largest study into play-based education. And for her, the journey started from a tiny community called Narrikup, in Western Australia.
The research is investigating the best ways to support our next generation of thinkers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
It is part of a $3.2 million ARC Laureate Fellowship, the first ever in early childhood education.
Find out more: http://bit.ly/Conceptual-PlayWorld
A beautiful thought, given the state of the world.
The pre-primary children from Mount Barker Community College in WA enjoyed a pop-up PlayWorld with our very own Marilyn Fleer and their sensational teacher Belinda O'Dea.
Marilyn is launching her five-year research project this Tuesday March 19. Find out how PlayWorlds work, why they are great for STEM learning and how Marilyn is going to test the model in collaboration with early childhood educators all over Australia.
Come along in real life, or join our live streaming via this link: http://bit.ly/Conceptual-PlayLab
After the tragic events in Christchurch, these resources from the Australian Psychological Society may prove helpful for parents and teachers.
Last year, high school teacher Elizabeth Shepherd was recongised with the Jeff Northfield Award for her research into the impacts of mindfulness techniques in the classroom.
Nominations for the 2019 award close March 29. It is open to all teacher-researchers workign in Victorian schools.
One of the most successful early-childhood systems in the world – Sweden – has shown girls are rarely seen in the b… https://t.co/WdW00x2LIP
Lovely student ambassadors here to help. Campus is busy today! @kezgee @jodie_luu and Eliza. #goteam
It’s so great to see new faces on campus this week. A big welcome to @estr_vane (Master of Education) and Aria Liu (Master of Teaching). So nice to meet you today.
This made our heart sing. Our Student Engagement Officer Akina Chau was growing this little jellybean last year. And the rest of her team decided to make this adorable quilt, ready for when her baby was born. Gorgeous results all around. 😍 #monashfamily
Welcome undergraduate class of 2019! We hope you all had so much fun today learning some new Edu games! See you around campus 😋 #studenttakeover #OWeek #welcometothefamily #loveteaching