A week of free public events, workshops, lectures, exhibitions and activities. 13–17 August.
QS Rankings named us in the top 15 globally for Education
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.
Professor Marilyn Fleer wins the prestigious Australian Laureate Fellowship 2018.
3-Minute thesis competition winner investigated impact of parents' screen time on their children.
Research shows that supporting refugees should not be just about material aid for survival. It should also include opportunities to learn, work and thrive.
How does transcultural education relate to the teaching of STEM?
It starts with thinking about who is teaching STEM and the students who are learning it.
Join our panel of experts for a night of lively discussion.
Event is free; registrations essential: http://bit.ly/steminar
One for the toolkit!
We've been busy this week as part of Education Showcase, but this little video has warmed our cockles.
"Make this video and show it to any teacher who would like to play with my helicopter," this little boy said.
The boy worked with our preservice teacher Jack Tan for hours during one our pop-up MakerSpaces.
Engaged. Excited. Creative. Inventive. #loveteaching
In the event of a zombie apocalypse we suggest you find Monash outdoor ed lecturer Beau Miles. The man has skills.
Take his latest adventure. A walk to work. 90kms. And leaving with just the clothes on his back. Along the way he'll scavenge for food, water and shelter.
He'll walk straight into a free public talk tomorrow at Monash to talk about how adventure can be found anywhere.
And the very best thing? He'll be on hand for some #adventuretherapy if you are a little lacking in your own life: https://bit.ly/2MTEI4B
We are so proud to host this exhibition of photographs taken by young people from a refugee background.
The captions give the photos a great contex and were part of research project investigating what helps foster a sense of belonging.
#educationshowcase #withrefugees #monashpride
Wrapping up: Beau’s basic steps for planning your own #backyardadventure
1. Dream 2. Prepare 3. Action 4. Reflec… https://t.co/5IsQ3aUY9Q
Outdoor education research tells us that instructor influence is massive. If you’re passionate about what you are d… https://t.co/aoXMRXMJOk
Fatema Taj Johora is doing her PhD with the faculty and has two kids, aged 1 and 7 and is here for a dose of #mindfulnessforparents #educationshowcase
Look at that smile! @bronsonthelabradoodle is a Therapy Dog, and he’s here today with Dr Christine Grove and Dr Linda Henderson to teach us about the benefits of using therapy dogs in schools 💕
Just in from #theroadtowork. Outdoor ed lecturer Beau Miles is walking to work at Clayton with just the clothes in his back, to show adventure can be found anywhere. Follow his journey on our story today and tomorrow. The walk is 90kms, and at 1pm tomorrow he’ll arrive, ready for a talk on the experience, and how we can all add a bit more adventure into our own lives. #backyardadventures #educationshowcase
Monash #outdoored lecturer Beau Miles has created his own adventure and is setting off to walk to work (90km) with just the clothes on his back. Along the way he’ll scavenge for supplies, and arrive at Clayton campus to deliver a workshop on how to create your own adventure. Follow his progress on our stories, or come along tomorrow for the wrap-up and #adventuretherapy #educationshowcase #backyardadventures