Teacher education

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Indigenous cultural immersion enhances graduates

Thursday 26 May 2016

Fish traps, smoking ceremonies and artefacts featured in a three-day cultural immersion excursion in north-western NSW for students at CSU.

How important is handwriting in the digital age?

Sunday 1 May 2016

New research at CSU will examine the importance of teaching handwriting and computer keyboard skills to Australian primary school children.

CSU researcher named Fulbright Scholar

Wednesday 10 Feb 2016

Striving for a world where deafness is not a disability for learners is the pursuit of CSU researcher Dr Kate Crowe, who has secured a prestigious 2016 Fulbright Scholarship.

PhD changes lives in Central Australia

Wednesday 16 Dec 2015
A CSU PhD student will graduate today knowing her research has, and will continue to change the lives of Indigenous Australians.

Research and classrooms collide with new writing tool

Friday 6 Nov 2015

An online tool developed by researchers at CSU is helping teachers assess, monitor and report on their students' writing skills development.

Partnership to develop principals as contemporary leaders

Thursday 29 Oct 2015

A new partnership announced today between CSU and Principals Australia Institute (PAI) will offer school principals innovative and accessible professional learning opportunities.

Education students first to complete cultural competency

Sunday 6 Sep 2015

Education students from CSU in Dubbo will become the first pre-service teachers from an Australian university to complete the Healthy Culture Healthy Country Program this week.

Global view of children’s speech and language

Monday 31 Aug 2015

The development of speech and language and how it can shape a child's future will be discussed at the 2015 Bob Meyenn Education Lecture at CSU in Albury-Wodonga on Wednesday 9 September.

NAPLAN: only the test to blame for results

Wednesday 5 Aug 2015

The disappointing preliminary results from the 2015 NAPLAN indicates a problem with the test rather than the teaching, according to a CSU literacy expert.

CSU mourns loss of champion for education

Thursday 30 Jul 2015

CSU has paid tribute to a courageous advocate for quality education and a long-standing and committed academic.

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