Projects that will improve WA school kids’ skills in fractions and their knowledge of cyber security have won ECU two prestigious technology excellence awards.
Rather than running amok without boundaries, more than 80 per cent of high school students surveyed by Edith Cowan University School of Education lecturer Helen Egeberg said they wanted teachers who ensured behaviour in their classrooms remained under control.
The results are in: educational video games improve children’s mental maths skills. But WA schools have been slow to adopt new technology in the classroom.
ECU will again be host to this years Math Talent Quest in association with Mathematical Association of Western Australia (MAWA).
Educational video games improve children’s mental maths skills, according to new research from Edith Cowan University (ECU).
New research from Edith Cowan University (ECU) has shed light on what makes a real impact in the classroom.
No one ever forgets their favourite teacher. If you want to leave a lasting impression – and help shape tomorrow’s generation – then a career in the classroom could be for you.
ECU’s School of Education is heading to the country to tackle one of the biggest challenges facing Western Australia’s education system.
ECU Lecturer and Coordinator of Health and Physical Education Donna Barwood, speaks on childhood obesity and the roles parents and schools should take when being educated in children's health.
Play alone is not enough for young children to learn mathematics, says Edith Cowan University early childhood studies senior lecturer Dr Marianne Knaus.
Maths teacher and ECU School of Education graduate, Chris Nowers has returned for his second year of teaching, a short five years after graduating from the local high school himself.
Eileen Slater, a research fellow at Edith Cowan University’s institute for education research, comments on how gifted children needed their learning accelerated by skipping grades or joining older students for some classes to help them develop resilience and “grit”.
The best and brightest of ECU’s Education students were celebrated in style recently at the 2017 School of Education Prize-Giving Ceremony.
Marianne Knaus from ECU’s School of Education in a recent study has found that educators had a negative view of maths and were not confident teaching it.
School of Education Senior Lecturer Lorraine Hammond led a select group of teachers through a new teaching method to help improve their skills.
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