A week of free public events, workshops, lectures, exhibitions and activities. August 13–17.
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Nurture the next generation of leaders. Develop new ways to teach.
Become a teacher or explore further studies in education, psychology or counselling.
We believe that great research, when properly applied, can lead to lasting and positive change in the world.
Extend yourself with these free public lectures and professional development opportunities.
Presenting a new stop motion animation film written and illustrated by a group of students from a refugee background.
New research, conducted by Professor Helen Forgasz and Adjunct Professor Gilah Leder of Monash University and commissioned by The Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia.
Faculty secures funding for a landmark study into Australian undergraduate degrees in vocational institutions.
We are super-excited to announce Education Showcase — a week of free public events 13-17 August.
Join a public lecture by our Dean John Loughran, try out the latest interactive digital technology for schools, interact with therapy dogs, learn about the future of PE or be helped by our experts to create your own outdoor adventure.
What event will you choose?
"Money that is currently spent on employing those with sometimes little more than devout religious belief should be spent on employing individuals with university qualifications in counselling or psychology and relevant experience."
Thought-provoking piece by Monash lecturer David Zyngier.
Former teacher and Monash PhD candidate Katrina McDonald wants education to alleviate disadvantage, not further embed it.
"In areas of concentrated disadvantage there is almost always educational disadvantage as well."
Her focus? School principals and how their personal experiences and history impact their leadership style and choice to teach in a disadvantaged school.
"It's all about social justice. We shouldn't be leaving it to chance. You need to have the best principals in these schools, principals who understand the systemic causes of poverty, because otherwise they will be reproducing it."
Katrina recently received a scholarship from the Australian Council for Educational Leadership, acknowledging her work as "forward-thinking and relevant."
Elizabeth Maroney is the kind of teacher that makes us proud, tackling disadvantage through education.
She works hard to reduce the impact of trauma on kids' learning. And it's working.
What do you want to change?
#changeit #monashpride #alumni
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So proud of our @MonashEducation alumni - making a difference through #education. Go Lizzie! #changeit https://t.co/l67wVMjpI2
Just now — visiting with Alumna Eliza Rowe, at work as an outdoor ed teacher at Somers Camp. #loveteaching
We are so proud to release this film during #refugeeweek. It was made in collaboration with students from refugee backgrounds at Noble Park Primary School. Jump onto our FB page to check it out! https://bit.ly/2JIYemE #claymation #refugeejourney
Our graduate research students are AMAZing! Congratulations to all our students who presented at the #monasheducation3MT competition! Your research will make a positive impact in communities across the world!
Winner - Carrie Ewin
Runner up - Haleh Rafi
People’s choice - Haoran Zheng
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