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 […]
Dr Morag Morrison-Helme will be inaugurated as a Fellow of St John's College at Cambridge University in October.
Two Singaporean Griffith Education graduates have been recognised in Singapore’s national Skillsfuture award program. Master of Training and Development (offshore) graduate Colonel Sng Hock Lin received the Exemplary SkillsFuture Award for his work on Public Sector Transformation. Colonel Lin was responsible for the transformation of the Army Logistics Training Institute (ALTI) Singapore, to a future-ready […]
Teaching jobs are bucking the trend of shortages and are tipped to have the biggest oversupply of employment opportunities in Australia by 2022.
Treating anxiety in children on the autism spectrum may help to significantly improve their quality of life a Griffith University study published in Autism Research has found. “For many years, researchers have been reporting that children on the autism spectrum have poorer quality of life than neurotypical children, with most studies suggesting that this […]
An English-Samoan bi-lingual kindergarten in Logan has proven successful in connecting young children with their heritage language and culture.