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International students are highly valued by Victorian school principals but more needs to be done to support their learning.
Professor Marilyn Fleer will lead Australia's largest study into play-based education, designed to develop the next generation of STEM minds.
Innovative world-leading research and strong engagement with industry has helped Monash University secure funding in the latest Australian Research Council (ARC) grants for Linkage Projects.
A big welcome to our 2019/2020 student ambassadors.
Today, they kicked off today helping our new Semester 2
students, and will be on-hand to answer all the questions on Open Day next month.
You make our community here at Monash Education so supportive and welcoming, and we can't thank you enough.
To brighten your day...
Judy Lee says her experience as a student in diverse schools has made her a more emphatic teacher. She loves helping students learn.
What has helped you as a teacher?
And if you are thinking about your options for a teaching career, come along to Monash's Open Day and talk to our staff, students and alumni like Judy.
August 3-4: https://www.monash.edu/open-day#/
"In Danish schools an hour a week is dedicated to the “Klassens tid”, an empathy lesson for students aged 6 to 16 years. It is a fundamental part of the Danish curriculum."
With thanks for the share from the The Resilience Project.
"I love listening to children's stories, told from their perspective", says alum Dr Kimberley O'Brien, co-founder and Principal Child Psychologist at Quirky Kid Clinics.
"Every session feels like a new chapter in a book, and these are the kind of books you just can't put down."
Kimberly is passionate about raising the profile of child psychology in Australia, and to make it more about prevention.
"We need to make sure we keep the balance between clinical and creative interventions."
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Why do some people worry more than others? @DrChrisGrove explains in this article. https://t.co/5Wu5FqCjaP via @ConversationEDU