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Conversations with Rain

Conversations with Rain

Conversations with Rain is an ongoing multi-platform partnership between Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA) and ECU School of Education exploring children’s creative relations with weather as a way of potentially transforming our climate futures.

‘Let’s design a waterproof shoe for a refugee child’

‘Let’s design a waterproof shoe for a refugee child’: how to teach science and maths so students actually care

In a May 2019 speech, Australia’s Chief Scientist, Alan Finkel, noted participation in science and maths was slipping in Australian schools.

Smiling woman sitting with students in a circle on grass

ECU graduates shine at WA Education Awards

ECU teaching graduates have been acknowledged in the 2019 WA Education Awards, winning the Secondary Teacher, Secondary Principal and Beginning Teacher of the Year categories.

How to study better: What the latest research tells us

How to study better: What the latest research tells us

The goal of every college student is to find the answer to the million dollar question: how to study better? Preferably, with as minimum effort put in for maximum results.

Professional Teaching Council of Western Australia Outstanding Service Awards (PTCWA) 2019

Professional Teaching Council of Western Australia Outstanding Service Awards (PTCWA) 2019

The PTCWA Outstanding Service Awards recognise an individual member’s outstanding professional contribution to education in Western Australia, made in a voluntary capacity to his or her professional teachers’ association.

Latest university news

ECU shines at WA Youth Awards

A community leader, youth worker and emerging broadcaster – all from ECU – have been honoured at the 2019 WA Youth Awards.

Dylan Alcott smashes stereotypes at ECU disability event

Wimbledon champion Dylan Alcott is used to holding court in the tennis arena and it was no different as he addressed the crowd at ECU’s International Day of People with Disability event this week.

Breaking the silence: What it means to be Indigenous and queer

Participants are being sought for a WA-first study exploring the impact of discrimination on people who identify as both Indigenous and queer.

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