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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...

Date: 16 Nov

Education research team calls for long-term commitment to Toomelah

Education, adult literacy, education research, Indigenous education, Toomelah

Published date: 16/11/2018

Image: Discussing the program in Toomelah. L-R: Rose Amazan, Felix Hernandes – Cuban ‘Yes I Can!’ adviser and UNE visiting academic, Bob Boughton and Myisha Edwards – a program facilitator...

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