New Griffith University research shows that four out of five children on the autism spectrum report experiencing anxiety at school.
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 […]
A small business co-founded by a Griffith Education graduate and which also employs two other fellow grads has won a 2019 QLD Telstra Business Award.
Honorary Oxford Fellowship offers international collaboration on vocational education.
A group of Griffith Education students have been recognised for their academic excellence, by the Australian College of Educators (ACE) at their recent June prize ceremony. Among the winners was Erin Fitzpatrick, awarded the Edmund Hibbard Prize as most outstanding second year student in the Bachelor of Education (Primary). “I was inspired to become a […]
Education Professor Stephen Billet has been invited by UNESCO to lead a workshop in Morocco, to assist in the development and uptake of work-based learning in the Southern Mediterranean area. The workshop will be held in Morocco’s capital, Rabat, in October, and will bring together key agencies and staff from regional UNESCO centres, local experts […]
700 local secondary school teachers came together earlier this month to celebrate the annual Gold Coast Secondary Education Ball and Excellence Awards. Held at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, the event recognised world class nominees who go above and beyond to help students, staff and their school communities, every day. The Gold Coast […]