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Date: 18 Feb

Boosting teacher training in Nauru


Published date: 18/02/2019

Ferrying students to class and back in monsoonal rains is not an unusual job for UNE education lecturers teaching students in Nauru. But it’s one of the ways having a...

Date: 12 Feb

More schools join UNE’s Asia ConneXions program


Published date: 12/02/2019

More Australian primary and secondary schools will be able to connect straight into the classroom of a South Korean partner school with an expansion of UNE’s Asia ConneXions program. The...

Date: 13 Dec

Standing strong: How literacy is changing things for the women of Toomelah

Education, education research, Indigenous education

Published date: 13/12/2018

That’s part of what women should be, is stand up and be heard and fight for what we believe in.”  – Literacy for Life campaign participant, Toomelah. New literacy skills...

Date: 21 Nov

Database tracks rise of canonic techniques in music

Arts, Education, music, Research

Published date: 21/11/2018

A comprehensive database tracking more than 2,000 of the earliest surviving music compositions using ‘canonic’ techniques has been developed by a team of Australian university researchers. Music teachers, students, performers,...

Date: 21 Nov

Nauruan UNE students put teaching to the test in Armidale


Published date: 21/11/2018

Eight University of New England (UNE) students based in Nauru have spent four weeks developing their practice as future teachers in a range of schools around Armidale. The four weeks...

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