Teacher education

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NAIDOC award recognises dedicated teacher

Thursday 24 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.

Helping satisfy growing community needs

Thursday 26 Jun 2014

Small communities in southern NSW in need of specialist services are getting relief through the expertise of CSU students and the innovative SpICE partnership program.

Indigenous children learning languages

Friday 16 May 2014

A research paper by a Charles Sturt University (CSU) PhD student highlights opportunities for the revitalisation of Indigenous languages and areas for further support and investment.

CSU students learn and teach in India

Thursday 1 May 2014

It was with a mix of excitement and nerves that a Charles Sturt University (CSU) teacher education student embarked on a two week journey into classrooms in the south western state of Kerala in India.

Rich teaching experience in Cambodia

Wednesday 2 Apr 2014

Observing the joy on the faces of Cambodian boys as they explored a brand new meccano set was one of the many highlights for a CSU education student during volunteer teaching placement in south east Asia.

CSU student in national skiing team

Friday 29 Nov 2013

A Charles Sturt University (CSU) student has secured a place in the Australian World University Winter Games team.

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.

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