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Latest news and events

Male teachers return to the classroom as better pay, conditions attract surge in enrolments

Find your future at ECU’s Open Day

ECU has shifted its popular Open Day event to earlier in the year to give prospective students even more time to explore their options - being held on 11 April at Joondalup and 18 April at Mount Lawley.

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Microsoft 365 Digital Literacy Skills Workshops

With Microsoft 365 available to all WA schools, Pre-Service Teachers and School of Education Academics can learn how to become more innovative with cloud-based tools - including Minecraft - regardless of the device they use.

Read aloud to your children to boost their vocabulary

Worse reading, and less of it, for kids at daycare in poorer areas

Children at daycare centres in more disadvantaged areas of Western Australia receive just half the time reading with educators than their counterparts in richer areas, according to new research from the School of Education.

Photo of L to R: Clinton Glendenning, Cheryl Wellburn, Sheryl Pilkington, Gillian Murcia and Fran Italiano.

Former principals welcomed back to uni to assess next generation of teachers

A group of recently retired principals have headed back to university to help assess the readiness of pre-service teachers for their professional lives in the classroom.

Industry PhD Scholarship

Industry PhD Scholarship

ECU is seeking a PhD candidate to undertake research in the School of Education in conjunction with our industry partner, Foodbank WA.

Latest university news

ECU to take the pressure off with Early Offer Program

ECU has announced it will open applications early to current Year 12 students for study in 2022.

Find your future at ECU’s Open Day

ECU has shifted its popular Open Day event to earlier in the year to give prospective students even more time to explore their options.

Green leafy vegetables essential for muscle strength

Eating just one cup of leafy green vegetables every day could boost muscle function, according to new Edith Cowan University (ECU) research.

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