Australian and Indian teachers join forces for intercultural education
The Peer Alliance for Productive Professional Experience in Teaching (PAPPET) program sent 20 pre-service teachers to Bengaluru, India.
Finding the passion to teach
Education alumna Dheepeka Rathana Kumar wants to make a difference in the lives of the children she teaches.
Why it’s not too late to follow your dreams
Teaching student Daniel Henderson isn’t what you imagine your average university student to look like.
Education students explore the world of phonics in teaching workshop
100 education and teaching students learnt the importance of phonics with leading literacy educator David Hornsby.
How one conference helped new teachers overcome their fears
This year’s inaugural Beginning Teachers’ Conference hosted 200 final-year RMIT primary education students for a day of panels and workshops.
Indonesia teaching partnership builds collaborative ties
RMIT education academics are working with two Indonesian universities to improve the outcomes of student teachers’ school placements.
Top 4 reasons to work in Education Support
High quality, inclusive education requires high quality support in the classroom.
RMIT awarded $9.3m in ARC grants
RMIT University researchers have been awarded grants totalling more than $9.27 million from the latest round of Australian Research Council (ARC) funding.
Top 3 reasons to study the Graduate Diploma in Careers Education and Development
Stay ahead of the pack in the rapidly changing world of employment and careers with a graduate qualification.
What I learnt about education on a teaching placement in the Kimberley
Bonnie Anderson’s placement at a school in the Kimberley region was a valuable learning experience for everyone involved.
Top 5 reasons to do your VCE at RMIT
Studying your VCE is an exciting and important time in your life, no matter your age. At RMIT, you can complete your VCE in an environment set up to help you thrive.
Chasing the sun for children’s charities
Bachelor of Education student Marc Simpkins will embark on a cross-continent run of almost 4000km in November to raise money for children’s charities.
RMIT launches brand-new destination for start-ups
RMIT Activator is an initiative that helps current students, staff and researchers grow successful start-up ventures.
What your first year as a teacher is really like (and how RMIT prepares you)
It’s been branded all across the news: ‘teacher education degrees are inadequate’. But at RMIT, we're different.
RMIT and Indonesian universities work together on teacher training
RMIT education academics will be working with two Indonesian universities to improve the outcomes of student teachers’ school placements.
Meet Amanda Berry: Inspiring young scientists through science teaching
Professor Amanda Berry reflects on how her passion for science evolved into a rewarding career in science teaching.
Online gaming can boost school scores
Teenagers who regularly play online video games tend to improve their school results, according to new research from RMIT.
Hope in the aftermath of dedication: Earth-Q Film Premiere
Earth-Q explores the aftermath of the devastating 2015 earthquake and the heart-wrenching efforts of Nepalese teachers and parents to help get children out of tents and tin shelters into classrooms.
Five reasons you should think about a career in teaching
From helping a student get to that "light bulb" moment to helping shape the lives of the next generation - teaching is a challenging but incredibly rewarding profession.
Graduates honoured at RMIT’s 2016 Outstanding Alumni Awards
Indigenous education leader Professor Jeannie Herbert AM and post-conflict community development expert Thao Nguyen Griffiths are RMIT’s Outstanding Alumni for 2016.
Welcome to Professor Amanda Berry
The School of Education is pleased to welcome Professor Amanda Berry, who brings a distinguished profile in research on science teacher expertise and teacher educator development.
New academy boosts practical teacher training
A pioneering teaching academy in Melbourne’s north will boost student teachers’ practical skills by better harnessing the educational knowledge and classroom insights of experienced teachers.
Vocational education showcased at RMIT Career Discovery day
More than 500 secondary students, career advisers and teachers have attended RMIT’s inaugural discovery day for vocational career choices.
Indigenous student shares life and culture in Nepal
For Sarah Whaleboat, the opportunity to teach abroad and share her culture with students in a small primary school in Nepal was nothing short of a dream come true.
School of Education celebrates longevity of graduate diploma
RMIT University’s School of Education is celebrating 40 years of the Graduate Diploma in Careers Education and Development (CED).
RMIT paving the way for education research
Associate Professor Peter Kelly from the School of Education is set to introduce his research on youth and education to a global audience.
RMIT launches teaching academy
RMIT researchers have been awarded funds to establish a teaching academy that aims to significantly change the way universities and schools train pre-service teachers.
Cross cultural education helps everyone
RMIT University hosted 33 honoured guests from Malaysia in March, made up of the Chief Minister of Pahang Province, school principals, teachers, education staff, and students from the Pahang province.