The SoEd does industry partnership at scale, with more than 3,500 professional experience (PX) placements every year. In 2019 we are looking to consolidate and deepen our partnerships, with key early learning centres, schools and other groups as well as establish new connections. The College too is looking at how it can better support all our schools in this space. … Read More
Please join us at the launch of the Narratives of Digital Resilience project report and video, to be held on Wednesday 13 March, 2019, 3:30 pm at P&Ms, RMIT, Melbourne City Campus. The Narratives of Digital Resilience project explored the experiences of young people (12-19 years) in dealing with bullying, unsolicited enticements, violent or other extremist behaviours in on-line and social media environments. The research … Read More
On Wednesday February 20 Tanya Plibersek, Shadow Minister for Education and Training, addressed the Press Club on the topic of World Class Schools. Minister Plibersek spoke about the role of early childhood education, her aspiration for our schools and Labor’s plan for education. She focused on four key priorities, some of which have been top of her agenda for some … Read More
Wonderful news that Angela’s baby, little Bede Anthony Rogers, has arrived. Ten days overdue, Bede’s arrival was much anticipated and I assume all were delighted (and relieved) when we arrived. We hear his three big sisters are very excited! Our very best wishes to Angela and her family.
Just a quick note to acknowledge the goodwill and patience you have all shown as we transition to O365. I know the move has not been easy for many, with calendars disappearing, events missed, phones losing data and probably many more issues that I’m not even aware of. There’s never a good time to take on such a large scale … Read More
Congratulations to Peter and his co-authors Perri Campbell (who recently moved from RMIT to Swinburne) and Luke Howie on the publication of Rethinking Young People’s Marginalisation: Beyond Neo-Liberal Futures? by Routledge. In the 21st century a range of systems – atmospheric, ocean, land and neo-Liberal capitalism – are all in crisis. These crises are deeply related with diverse and multiple … Read More