Teacher education

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CSU sports education student to represent Australia in Russia

Wednesday 11 Apr 2018

Russia beckons a CSU education and sports leader student as Australia’s representative at an international forum.

Early teacher-child relationships vital to a child’s ability to effectively communicate in life

Tuesday 10 Apr 2018

A CSU study has shown that close, less-conflicted relationships with teachers may provide a supportive context for later language and literacy development and other aspects of children’s social-emotional adjustment at school.

Act for those with communication disorders: CSU academic

Friday 23 Feb 2018

Health and education professionals have a particular role in supporting individuals with communication disorders, according to new research.

Communication is a human right

Thursday 22 Feb 2018

To mark the 70th anniversary of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, language and communication experts at CSU have contributed five articles to a leading international journal.

The history of number rewritten

Tuesday 13 Feb 2018

A CSU academic and colleagues have rewritten some mathematics history by focussing on the Indigenous mathematics of regional Pacific societies.

New book understands, supports young writers

Monday 29 Jan 2018

A leading CSU education researcher has released a new book recognising that young writers need support from a very early age.

Infants' experience of curriculum in their childcare setting

Thursday 21 Dec 2017

New CSU research promotes a re-imagining and new understandings of critical teaching practice with infants.

Hope for primary school science education

Wednesday 20 Dec 2017

Research by a CSU PhD graduate offers hope for enhanced science literacy in Australian classrooms.

Fiji speech and language research yields ‘gold standard’ PhD thesis

Wednesday 13 Dec 2017

Speech and language pathology research in Fiji by a CSU PhD graduate has been praised by her supervisors for its high standard and far reaching applications.

CSU academics lead first in the world research

Thursday 28 Sep 2017

In a world-first, CSU researchers have piloted the use of Hexoskin wearable technology in their holistic assessment of early childhood educators' well-being.

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