Arts Education Law

Teaching award honours leading Griffith educator

Award honours outstanding educational leadership
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Arts Education Law

Children with autism showing increasing anxiety through primary school – study

A world-first autism study has found high levels of anxiety in children as young as five years old with autism attending Australian schools.
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Arts Education Law

AEL research shines in Three Minute Thesis Heats

Griffith Criminology Institute doctoral student Moses Amagnya took out first place in the Arts, Education and Law (AEL) heat of the annual Three Minute Thesis Competition held at Griffith’s South Bank campus yesterday. Moses was one of three finalists out of the eleven contestants who will now represent AEL at the university-wide final to be […]
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Griffith Institute for Educational Research

Griffith leads UNESCO project workshop in Beirut

Advancing work-based learning experiences for young people in the Arab region is the focus of an United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) project, led by Griffith University Professor of Education Stephen Billett. Professor Billett led a multinational and multiagency workshop to discuss a series of country studies and other resources as part of a […]
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Arts Education Law

United Nations Presentation: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Professor Donna Pendergast (School of Education and Professional Studies) and Professor Greer Johnson (Griffith Institute for Educational Research) invites you to attend this special presentation which will commence with a light lunch. Please share this invitation with others you think may be interested to attend. Just let us know so we can cater for everyone. […]
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Arts Education Law

Maximising communication in schools for children with autism

Schools need to improve communication skills so students with autism can flourish.
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Arts Education Law

Engagement key to active learning – 200 children speak out

Kindergarten-aged children enjoy learning much more than children who have started school according to a new Griffith University study.
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Arts Education Law

Studying the dark side of teen girls’ social media

Despite the best efforts of educators, government, and law enforcers, teen  bullying and sexting are still very much a part of many Australian teen girls’ lives.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith research to help cut road toll

While Australia’s road toll has reduced considerably in a generation, Griffith University’s Dr Lyndel Bates will spend the next few years helping to bring the numbers down even lower. In 2011, Australian drivers aged 17-25 comprised 13 per cent of the population yet this demographic accounted for 22 per cent of all the national road […]
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Education

Partnership leads Tasmanian schools to higher ground

The Griffith Institute for Educational Research has partnered with Tasmania’s Department of Education to improve literacy through the professional development of school leaders with Griffith’s Principals as Literacy Leaders (PALL) program.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith’s Tallowwood childcare centre hits 30-year milestone

Education platform setting children up for life
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Arts Education Law

Education spotlight falls on research ‘powerhouse’

Griffith recognised on national stage for graduate research education
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Arts Education Law

Week showcases top education research

The latest developments in educational research were showcased during Education’s Research Week.
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Alumni

AEL awards showcase top alumni

Award-winning author Rebecca Johnson has been named Griffith University's 2016 Arts, Education and Law Alumnus of the Year for inspiring a love of science in children. Dami Im has won the 2016 Arts, Education and Law Young Alumnus of the Year.
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Arts Education Law

Autism Centre of Excellence expands expertise

Griffith’s  Autism Centre of Excellence has welcomed two new members – Dr Dawn Adams and Dr Kate Simpson – expanding its expertise in speech and language pathology, clinical and educational psychology and occupational therapy. “This will provide students in the Graduate Certificate and Master in Autism Studies program with teaching in the variety of professional approaches […]
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Education

Autistic children in Logan to benefit from new Griffith-hosted facility

Autistic children in Logan to benefit from new Griffith-hosted facility.
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Arts Education Law

Behaviour help for teachers of students with autism

The number of students with autism in mainstream schools has risen dramatically over the past decade. Schools report that students with autism usually comprise the largest group of students with disabilities needing ongoing support. One of the key areas teachers and schools consistently seek help with is behaviour management. Autistic children often do not react […]
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Arts Education Law

Small group learning aids employability

A survey of 400 Australian university students has found that most prefer small group learning as a way to maximise employability post their practical work experience.
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