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Our world is currently changing at a rapid rate thanks to new technologies, a more diverse culture and the demands of current environmental and political issues. This requires new thinking to ensure we are meeting the complex challenges of our fast-paced, quickly changing world. Today’s learners must be supported by an education system that includes research-based evidence. Education Futures offers space for Monash thought leaders to dedicate their time to exploring big ideas in education. As an output of this they will be able to provide research evidence for use in decisions affecting learning. We will use research to prepare Australia for the future of education.
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Ruth Jeanes Ruth is an associate professor within the Faculty of Education, and...

Mate, we need to talk about mental health and

The significance of Men’s Health Week is now well-established. There's a growing awareness of men’s unequal propensity towards elevated

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Deborah Corrigan Deb is the Director of Education Futures, an innovative think tank...

How to strengthen your school’s STEM education

As teachers around the world are reimagining their local curriculum during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is an opportune time for teachers to

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Bertalan Magyar Bertalan Magyar joined Education Futures as a postdoctoral fellow in...

Boom or bust for tertiary education

Bertalan Magyar is a research fellow in Education Futures who researches the economics of education.

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Beatriz Gallo Cordoba Beatriz has just finished her PhD in Advanced Quantitative Methods as...

Addressing inequalities between students and

Beatriz Gallo Cordoba is a research fellow in Education Futures who works in the area of quantitative educational research.

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Deborah Corrigan Deb is the Director of Education Futures, an innovative think tank...

VIDEO: OECD Project

The OECD have brought together 27 higher education institutions from 15 countries around the world, to build a community of practice around

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Neil Selwyn Neil's research and teaching focuses on the place of digital media in...

Dr. Cristobal Cobo and Professor Neil Selwyn ask

Join globally renowned education technology experts Dr. Cristobal Cobo and Professor Neil Selwyn in a discussion with Dr. Monica Bulger

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Lucas Walsh Lucas is exploring responses to the questions: what does the world...

Underemployment continues to be a major issue

Underemployment is on the rise in Australia. The job market needs to be made more stable and young people need more education opportunities

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Neil Selwyn Neil's research and teaching focuses on the place of digital media in...

Coronavirus: Remembering the value of school in a

The 2010s saw a growing tendency to argue against the principle of mass compulsory schooling.

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Deborah Corrigan Deb is the Director of Education Futures, an innovative think tank...

Testing times: How much is enough when it comes

Literacy and numeracy tests seem to be flavour of the month in education policy circles. But how many is enough?

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Deana Leahy Deana’s research draws on interdisciplinary perspectives to...

Family meals: Challenging the importance of

The traditional family meal is rich with symbolism and nostalgia. Mum and dad and children sitting down to a lovingly prepared meal,

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Neil Selwyn Neil's research and teaching focuses on the place of digital media in...

Virtual classrooms a possibility as virus spreads

As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to grow education authorities are accelerating plans for creating virtual classrooms if students

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