School of Education and Professional Studies

Cutting Edge Science Professional Learning day for Teachers and Scientific Operations Officers
03 Dec

Cutting Edge Science Professional Learning day for Teachers and Scientific Operations Officers

The STEM Professional Development Conference days aim to develop participant confidence with regards to knowledge and skills in the areas of cutting-edge STEM and science education in order to enhance student engagement and learning outcomes in the classroom setting. Open to all primary and secondary teachers and Scientific Operations Officers.

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Yr 12 Academic Bootcamps
16 Sep

Yr 12 Academic Bootcamps

The 2024 Academic Bootcamps are high-quality courses designed to assist students to achieve their full academicpotential by improving confidence and understanding in senior subject areas, reducing anxiety around assessment while preparing students for future tertiary study.
Subjects offered will be Maths Methods, Chemistry, Physics & Biology.
Regsiter your interest here: griffith.edu.au/academic-bootcamps
Walk and Talk - Logan campus
29 May

Walk and Talk - Logan campus

Join us this National Reconciliation Week for a guided Walk and Talk around Logan campus to the Yarning Circle. Listen to hosts Dr Kerry Hall (Interim Lead, Teaching and Learning Indigenous), Tina O'Keefe (Project Officer for the Reconciliation Statement), and Sharon Paterson (Project Officer for Logan campus), discuss the cultural importance of the Yarning Circle and the significance and uses of bush tucker from the Logan campus Bush Tucker garden.
Edenglassie - National Reconciliation Week Book Club discussion
28 May

Edenglassie - National Reconciliation Week Book Club discussion

Join our National Reconciliation Week book club. Read Edenglassie, by Indigenous author, Miles Franklin Award winner, and alumni, Melissa Lukashenko. Bring your picnic lunch and come along for a discussion on her new novel.