Teacher education

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Maths and culture in PNG

Tuesday 26 May 2015

Disruptions due to landslides and road blocks, diverse languages and poor telecommunications are some of the challenges a CSU researcher has faced while working with teachers in remote villages in Papua New Guinea (PNG).

Early literacy study at CSU

Monday 18 May 2015

A new study is underway at CSU to better understand how very young children can be supported to write and draw at home and at childcare.

Teaching students set to kick goals

Tuesday 10 Mar 2015

Teacher education students at CSU will have the opportunity to add football coaching to their skills through a new agreement with Football Wagga Wagga.

Endeavour Scholarships for CSU PhD students

Wednesday 5 Nov 2014

Two CSU PhD students have received prestigious national awards.

From trade to teaching

Tuesday 4 Nov 2014

High school teachers who have moved into the classroom from the trades have left a lasting impression on CSU academic, Dr Annette Green.

NSW teaching graduates: oversupply or maldistribution?

Tuesday 4 Nov 2014

Research by a CSU PhD student suggests NSW has a maldistribution of teachers, not an oversupply.

CSU lecturer wins National Teacher Educator award

Wednesday 3 Sep 2014

Charles Sturt University (CSU) lecturer in education Mr Paul Grover has been awarded a prestigious national Teacher Educator of the Year Award for 2014.

CSU welcomes Teachers Mutual Bank partnership

Monday 25 Aug 2014

Charles Sturt University (CSU) teacher education students will benefit from a new partnership with Teachers Mutual Bank which will provide a $4 000 scholarship and four $500 prizes.

Modern maths for an ancient place

Thursday 31 Jul 2014

A program led by CSU is making inroads into mathematics education in the isolated and ancient Pilbara region of Western Australia.

NAIDOC award recognises dedicated teacher

Wednesday 23 Jul 2014

A Wiradjuri woman and CSU academic has won a NAIDOC award for her teaching and research that benefits the Wiradjuri and wider Aboriginal community in Australia.

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