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Two of the best

Friday, 02 December 2016 Schools > Education > News and events > School of Education > 2016 > 12

There’s good news for those considering studying journalism or education at ECU: the University is home to two of the best teachers in Australia for these courses.

Cultural Sky Stories

Tuesday, 06 September 2016 Schools > Education > News and events > School of Education > 2016 > 09

During August, a Professional Learning day was held in the School of Education at the Mount Lawley Campus for the 2016 iteration of Cultural Sky Stories.

Education PhD candidate wins in Beijing

Thursday, 01 September 2016 Schools > Education > News and events > School of Education > 2016 > 09

School of Education PhD candidate Steven Cohen was fortunate enough to win most outstanding presentation at the International Conference on Education, Research and Innovation held in Beijing.

Education Research at ECU: Engaging Minds, Engaging Communities

Wednesday, 17 August 2016 Schools > Education > Research activity > Edith Cowan Institute for Education Research > News and events > Edith Cowan Institute for Education Research > 2016 > 08

Join us to learn about the extensive program of education research at ECU and how you can become involved!

Scholarship win a great start to NAIDOC Week

Friday, 24 June 2016 Schools > Education > News and events > School of Education > 2016 > 06

Becoming a teacher and creating positive change is Aboriginal student Mikayla King’s dream and she is well on the way to achieving it.

Queen’s Birthday honours for School of Education staff

Monday, 20 June 2016 Schools > Education > News and events > School of Education > 2016 > 06

Congratulations to the Dean - School of Education, Professor Lynne Cohen, who has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday 2016 Honour List.

NAPLAN? No worries

Friday, 17 June 2016 Schools > Education > News and events > School of Education > 2016 > 06

NAPLAN testing has only a minimal impact on student stress levels according to a new study of WA primary schools.

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