A new UNESCO Futures of Education background paper by the Common Worlds Research Collective has produced seven visionary declarations on what education could look like in 2050 and beyond in response to the existential threats that our planet faces.
Congratulations to Dr Margaret Merga who has successfully obtained external funding from Bupa which is a highly competitive scheme.
The root cause of Australia’s declining STEM workforce is the consistently low numbers of students graduating from high school with the prerequisite mathematics skills to tackle STEM subjects in university.
Listen to Professor Stephen Winn on ABC Focus as he discusses how COVID-19 has highlighted the incredible - and vital - role of workers in the Nursing and Teaching sectors.
By Dr Mandie Shean, Lecturer in the School of Education: As COVID-19 lockdown measures are lifted, some children may experience social anxiety about the prospect of returning to school (The Conversation).
This year has seen Australians confronted by bare supermarket shelves and major restrictions on their grocery purchases for the first time in their lifetimes, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Language has been a silent victim in the COVID-19 pandemic, and ECU language expert warns the damage may be irreparable.
A group of School of Education researchers has convened a major forum for industry and community representatives to discuss the role of informal sport as part of a prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Grant Project.
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