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Overview

Want to make a positive difference to young lives, in an early childhood, primary or secondary school? The teachers of tomorrow choose ECU's School of Education because we're leaders in education and education research in WA and nationally. We produce graduates who are both classroom-ready and world-ready.

Our courses are professionally accredited by the Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia. Early Childhood Studies courses have been approved by the Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority.

See and hear more from our students on our ECU YouTube channel.

Events

MON
20
SEP

Connect with the Department of Education - ECU Joondalup campus

Education
Employment

Come along to one of our drop-ins to get personalised advice, help with your application, or just learn more about a career in public education.

TUE
21
SEP

Connect with the Department of Education - ECU Mount Lawley campus

Education
Employment

Come along to one of our drop-ins to get personalised advice, help with your application, or just learn more about a career in public education.

News

Educators eye bygone methods

NAPLAN: Explicit proof that direct teaching methods are best

Dr Lorraine Hammond in The Australian...

Children's University Children at ECU

Build a bridge and get over it

On 15 July 2021, the School of Engineering hosted a bridge building workshop involving young girls and boys from ECU’s Children’s University Outreach Program.

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ECU Pre-service Teachers networking with employers

More than 320 of ECU’s Pre-Service Teachers recently had the chance to meet face-to-face with a variety of different employers and organisations as part of the annual School of Education Careers Fair.

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Responsive Roundtable Series 2021: Ecologies in-the-making

Responsive Roundtable Series: Ecologies in-the-making (10 August - 30 November 2021) is inspired by Isabelle Stengers’ (2005) proposition that an ecology of practice is a tool for thinking through the present ecological and climate crisis we are facing.

Research activity

We have four key research programs, with experts from Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary working in partnership with a range of agencies to strengthen and advance knowledge, policies and practices in education.

Courses

The school offers a diverse and exciting mix of courses that are developed in consultation with industry groups and combine the latest theory with hands-on, practical experiences.

Showcase

See and hear more from our students on our ECU YouTube channel.

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