Study shows high levels of public trust and value for Australian teachers
Ahead of World Teachers Day, new research from Monash University has found the role of teachers continues to be recognised as important and influential in developing students' social and emotional development.
UNESCO-Monash connection places education for sustainability and global citizenship firmly on agenda
A prestigious UNESCO chair in Education for Sustainability and Global Citizenship has been awarded to the University of San Andrés in Buenos Aires and will be led by Monash researcher Jason Beech.
Vale Emeritus Professor Peter Fensham AM (1927 - 2021)
A tribute to a pioneer and leader in science education.
Investment in youth environmental education key to addressing climate change
Greater investment and innovation in educating children about environmental issues is needed to help future generations respond to the climate emergency, experts warn.
New structure for Australia’s leading Faculty of Education
Australia’s leading Faculty of Education at Monash University is moving from a single unit structure to a school-based structure.
Monash Faculty of Education Response to the Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Review 2021
While it is important to attract and prepare high-quality teachers, it should not be the only focus of this review. Equally as important to address are the issues of shortages of teachers in some jurisdictions, as well as teacher retention.
Bridging the gap between the city and country in virtual learning
A new Victorian Government online program, developed in partnership with Monash University, is helping bridge the education gap between regional and metro students.
Invasion or reconciliation: What matters in the Australian curriculum?
If our education system is truly committed to reconciliation, we must first actively support the acknowledgment of our past.