A new partnership between Griffith University and the Australian Council for Educational Research offers teachers of tomorrow fast-tracked entry to the Master of Education.
With maths lessons involving dance artists, English lessons co-taught by actors and playwrights, students singing and composing with Opera Queensland or doing acrobatic tricks with Circa Circus team members, there is no such thing as a normal school day for students at Yeronga State High School.
Griffith education alumnus Natalie Harris has won the Queensland College of Teachers Excellence in Teaching Award for her work in inspiring young girls in science and technology.
Award honours outstanding educational leadership
It was while completing his honours in psychology at a Gold Coast school that Phillip Pearce first realised teaching would become his raison d’etre. “I always had a passion for child developmental psychology, discovered I loved being in a school environment and so enrolled in the Master of Primary Teaching at Griffith,’’ he said. “My […]
New teaching students aim to make a difference