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Researchers have reported an "alarming" loss in the number of qualified teacher librarians in schools, warning student literacy will continue to suffer if the trend is not reversed.
Reading aloud can help young children learn about new words and how to sound them. There’s great value too in providing opportunities for children to enjoy regular silent reading, which is sustained reading of materials they select for pleasure.
A new partnership at ECU brokered by the School of Education seeks to inspire female secondary students to become future leaders in the world of mathematics.
There is cause for concern for Australia’s young people with figures indicating they are experiencing the highest levels of anxiety and stress, and suicide than ever before.
School of Education's Professor Mindy Blaise will be speaking at the upcoming ECU Lecture Series.
A pair of outstanding ECU researchers have been recognised for their work to reduce the burden of chronic disease.
Edith Cowan University’s emerging filmmakers are exploring the world of stand-up comedy, dealing with dementia, and the consequences for naughty children when Santa becomes unhinged.
Graduation was a family affair for a Perth mother and her two daughters who joined more than 1300 graduates at Edith Cowan University (ECU) graduation ceremonies over the weekend.
Spring is definitely springing 🌱 check out the Geraldton Wax blooming on our Joondalup Campus! 📸 | photo taken by Glerisse Escrimadora Natividad
See a selection of artworks from ECU's Permanent Collection, showing at Gallery 25 on our Mount Lawley Campus until 21 October.
Can we harness genetic testing in sport for good and not compromise on fairness in sport? Professor Greg Haff, Exercise Science researcher and…
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