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Graduate degrees in education

Tuesday 11 May

About the webinar

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Date: Tuesday 11 May

Time: 6.30 - 7.30pm AEST

Thinking about further studies in education but unsure what the right choice is for you? Learn about the courses we offer, in a range of areas, such as educational leadership, early childhood education, inclusive education, digital learning, and general education studies. We'll introduce the courses to you and answer any questions you have about entry requirements, course structure, specialisations, and anything else you want to know.

Note: This information session is relevant for non-initial teacher education courses only. If you're interested in becoming a teacher, please refer to our Master of Teaching webinar on Thursday 13 May.

Presenters

Dr Pearl Subban

presenter - Pearl Subban

Pearl is the Director of Graduate Programs at Monash Education and the Course Leader for the Master of Education and the Master of Inclusive Education. Her research interests include: differentiated instruction, attitudinal studies, catering for diverse learners, language and literacy teaching. Pearl is involved with teaching units in classroom practice, positive behaviour support, English literacy, and inclusive education. Read more.

Associate Professor Mike Phillips

presenter - Michael Phillips

Mike is Associate Professor, Digital Transformations at Monash Education. Mike's work focuses on the knowledge expert teachers develop when integrating digital technologies into their practice. He also researches the ways in which expert teachers make active decisions about their classroom technology integration. Read more.

Dr Amanda Heffernan

Amanda Heffernan

Amanda is the course leader for the Master of Educational Leadership at Monash. Amanda has previously worked as a school principal and principal coach and mentor for Queensland's Department of Education. Her key research areas include leadership, social justice, and policy enactment. In particular, Amanda is interested in the wider implications of accounatbility and autonomy for schools, as well as how school leaders enact policies and discourses. Read more.

Dr Gloria Quiñones Goytortua

Gloria Quiñones Goytortua

Gloria is Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education at Monash. Her research is primarily within early childhod education and care. Her recent reseach has focused on conceptualising infant-toddler affective and play pedagogies, emotional wellbeing of early childhood educators, children's peer relationships and parenting practices in Nepal. Read more.

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