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Solving the problem of educational disadvantage

The School of Education is a new participant in theNational Exceptional Teachers for Disadvantaged Schools Program(NETDS).

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Master of Teaching brings up to a 100 to Warrnambool

Up to 100 new student teachers from across Australia will spend four weeks in Warrnambool in a new partnership designed to attract inspirational teachers to disadvantaged areas.

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Teaching Academies of Professional Practice

The Victorian Government announces new Teaching Academies for teacher education will be at Deakin University.

Teachers from Spring Gully Kinder in Bendigo take a floating straw and make it sink

Parents and educators urged to see the science in the everyday

Science is all around us in the everyday and parents and early childhood educators are being urged to join the journey and explore it with young children.

Deakin University Associate Professor Coral Campbell took to her message "science is in the everyday" to the profession last week showing early childhood educators at the Together We Grow conference how they could develop young children's scientific understanding.


Photos help students monitor local environment

Students and the Warrnambool community can now do their part in monitoring the environment at two local coastal sites. Fluker posts, which can be used by passers-by to take photos, have been installed at Point Ritchie overlooking the Hopkins River mouth and at Lady Bay near the slipway looking onto the beach.

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