School of Education
The School of Education is a multidisciplinary leader with an established reputation for providing educational and vocational leadership in knowledge creation.
The School of Education supports current and future educators to develop critical skills needed within contemporary teaching and learning.About
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The School of Education is multi-disciplinary, with an established reputation for providing educational and vocational leadership in the field of knowledge creation.Our teaching areas
With a dedicated research centre, the School of Education contextualises research within recent developments of the Asian Century, marked by global shifts toward the developing economies of Asia.Research
The School of Education is dedicated to industry and community engagement by providing a number of pathways through research and specific individual projects.Industry connections
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The School of Education is based across three Melbourne campuses: Bundoora, Brunswick and the Melbourne City campus.
At events throughout the year, the School of Education connects students, academics, professionals and the public in a program of knowledge sharing. The School welcomes you to attend upcoming events.
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