Teacher education

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Bold plan for rural education

Thursday 14 Nov 2013
CSU Executive Dean of Education, Professor Toni Downes has praised a plan to improve the learning opportunities for school children in rural and remote NSW.

CSU students promote rugby for girls in Samoa

Monday 4 Nov 2013
Thirteen CSU students fly to Samoa next week to promote health to school children on the Pacific island nation, through the game of rugby union.

Empowering teachers for the digital revolution

Tuesday 29 Oct 2013
From game-based learning to social media for home-work; information technology is changing the way children learn but many teachers still aren't equipped to make the most of it, according to Charles Sturt University (CSU) digital education expert Ms Judy O'Connell.

Centre for excellence in environmental education to open

Monday 28 Oct 2013
CSU in Albury-Wodonga will help create a sustainable future for communities across the Murray-Darling Basin with the launch of a new centre for excellence in environmental education.

CSU students teaching to learn in Nepal

Friday 25 Oct 2013
A group of Charles Sturt University (CSU) students will work with young students in Nepal on a once-in-a-lifetime work placement in November.

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.

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