Five hundred Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) employees are the first to embark on a Griffith University upskilling program, helping the banking industry to detect and disrupt organised crime. Griffith’s micro-credentials program sets a new national standard in the training of Australian financial crime specialists and will be delivered to five cohorts over three years with […]
Griffith University education lecturer Dr Michelle Ronksley-Pavia has developed a new online training course for teachers, to help them recognise and support the needs of gifted and talented children.
Griffith’s Professional Learning Hub hosted the inaugural Gifted and Talented Education Symposium at the Logan campus earlier last month. Dr Michelle Ronksley-Pavia convened the one-day symposium, which explored effective education practices and understanding how gifted students can be best supported in classrooms and schools. “I’ve worked with a number of schools and conducted professional development […]
Renowned nature photographer Steve Parish has partnered with Griffith University’s Professional Learning Hub to deliver photography courses to Queensland teachers. Teaming with Dr Alison Sammel from the School of Education and Professional Studies the online courses would help improve teachers’ communication skills as well as enhancing personal and professional fulfillment. The need for a multi-skilled, […]
Griffith's School of Education and Professional Studies will deliver key STEM subjects to Queensland teachers from July 2016.
It was an exciting day on Thursday 3 March as we officially opened the new science labs and associated teaching rooms. Members of the school were joined by PVC Paul Mazzerole and other official guests on this important occasion and were treated to fun-filled science tours to showcase these fantastic learning spaces. Dr Harry Kanasa […]