New website strengthens links between science and teachers

Australian Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb with Dr Alison Sammel Australian Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb with Dr Alison Sammel at the 2015 Science meets Parliament event in March
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Strengthening links between science and teachers in Australia is the aim of a new website created by the School of Education and Professional Studies. The Teaching with Apps website focuses on strengthening communication networks between science and education by linking to Australian apps, developed to support the communication of scientific information, to the Australian Curriculum. […]

Griffith and BNU colleagues share perspectives on teacher education

BNU and Griffith School of Education and Professional Studies academics
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Curriculum reforms in Australia and China were a key topic of discussion when visitors from one of China’s foremost universities in teacher education and research were on-campus earlier this year. Beijing Normal University (BNU) academics, Professors Wei Liang and Litao Lu, were welcomed by School of Education and Professional Studies Dean and Head Professor Donna […]

Education students teach in the Netherlands

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Education students transformed a Dutch school into a ‘little Australia’ earlier this year as part of a three-week intensive winter school in the Netherlands, completed as part of their degree. The 20 students from across Griffith’s Gold Coast, Logan and Mt Gravatt campuses spent three weeks at Han University in the Netherlands as part of […]

Adult educators recognised for their pivotal role in shaping workforce skills

Prof Stephen Billett and A/Prof Sarojni Choy (front centre) with graduates from the MTD program in Singapore
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Griffith’s Master of Training and Development (MTD) program in Singapore has been recognised in the Singapore media, highlighting the valuable contribution adult educators have in shaping quality workforce skills. The second cohort of nearly 30 students in the MTD program, delivered under a partnership between Griffith’s School of Education and Professional Studies and Singapore Government’s […]

Education students take part in a range of O-week events

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Griffith University Gold Coast, Logan and Mt Gravatt campuses are full of activity this week as commencing Education students take part in a range of Orientation Week events. Orientation or ‘O-week’ is the time for first year students to explore their campus, make new friends, work with their mentors and meet some of the lecturers […]

Christopher Madden, PVC (International), Griffith University wins IEAA 2012 Excellence in Leadership Award

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Chris Madden receiving the ‘Excellence in Leadership in International Education’ Award at the 2012 IEAA (International Education Association of Australia) on 3 October 2012 at the AIEC Conference in Melbourne. This award is in professional recognition of his outstanding leadership and the significant role he has played in international education in  institutions since 1988. For […]