Teaching jobs are bucking the trend of shortages and are tipped to have the biggest oversupply of employment opportunities in Australia by 2022.
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In 2017, The School of Education and Professional Studies will launch the new Bachelor of Education degree.
A new teacher leadership program has been developed by partners of an innovative school-based program, with a particular focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) teaching. The Investment in Leadership Futures: Leading quality Teaching and Learning in STEM strategy was launched by the Teacher Education Centre of Excellence (TECE) – Benowa Cluster earlier this month. The TECE […]
How many people can say they really make a difference through their work on a daily basis? Griffith Education alumnus Johan Venter, who specialised in special education can. He works as a special education teacher at Claremont State Special School. Johan says he chose special education so he could have a positive impact on student’s […]
Education alumnus Sabrina Lengsfeld loves her career as a special education teacher. Within a few months of graduating with a Bachelor of Education (Special Education), Sabrina had already secured a permanent full time position with Education Queensland in her dream career – working as a special education teacher – at Mount Ommaney Special School. Sabrina […]
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. […]
Dr Donna McDonald, Senior Lecturer, from the School of Human Services and Social Work explains why she loves teaching so much.