Teacher education

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CSU assists fire-affected students

Tuesday 22 Oct 2013
Due to the current fire emergencies in many areas of Australia's eastern states, Charles Sturt University (CSU) is ensuring that affected students and their families receive the University's sympathy and support.

The secret of learning to spell

Friday 27 Sep 2013
If the thought of standing in front of the class in the weekly spelling bee still sends shivers down your spine, CSU research might offer some comfort.

Early classroom experience for teaching students

Tuesday 17 Sep 2013
An innovative research project by CSU academics Dr Christine Edwards-Groves and Ms Rhonda Hoare has been recognised nationally.

Free Short Course for Teachers: Photoshop in the Classroom

Monday 29 Jul 2013
CSU and industry partner IT Masters are offering a free five-week online course for K-12 teachers who would like to use Adobe Photoshop to develop engaging learning activities.

CSU multiplies job options for teachers

Thursday 11 Jul 2013
CSU has unveiled a new teacher education program designed to give graduates an edge by preparing them for work in both early childhood and primary teaching, or primary and secondary teaching.

Stand up for public education: Caro

Wednesday 24 Apr 2013
Social commentator, author and passionate advocate for public education, Ms Jane Caro, presented the 2013 Bob Meyenn Education Lecture on Tuesday, 23 April at CSU in Albury-Wodonga.

Put politics aside to secure school funding

Tuesday 16 Apr 2013
A once in a lifetime opportunity to better fund schools is how CSU Executive Dean of Education, Professor Toni Downes, describes the Federal Government’s education package and she’s urging the states to get on board.

Wagga residents back CSU medical school proposal

Thursday 28 Mar 2013
CSU's announcement it would build a campus of its proposed medical school in Wagga Wagga has prompted an enthusiastic response from residents.

False alarm on teacher education stats

Tuesday 26 Mar 2013
CSU Vice-Chancellor, Professor Andrew Vann, has raised concerns about the reliability of data suggesting that 90 per cent of teacher education graduates in NSW and Queensland failed to find jobs after graduation.

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