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Tag Archives: Clinical teaching

Learn a whole new school of thought, then teach it.

Offered by the University of Melbourne’s leading Graduate School of Education, the online Master of Clinical Teaching is the only course of its kind in Australia. This cutting-edge course is a progressive way of thinking about education and learning that aims to develop a new class of teacher. “Over the …

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Organisation the key for collaborative, calm teaching

Teacher writing in his planner

Teachers manage a dizzying list of tasks, obligations and interruptions, with up to thirty-five students chattering, emoting, and needing things. Organisation is at the heart of what separates the self-assured smooth operator from the mere mortality of a fraught teacher.

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Teachers up-skill for specialisation and mastery

While the tertiary sector conducts research; develops new techniques to enhance student wellbeing; designs accurate and meaningful assessment tools; and makes breakthroughs in special education programs, teachers are on the frontline and further study allows educators to engage with the new approaches and techniques.

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Special report on clinical teaching with Field Rickards and John Hattie

Professor John Hattie, Dean Field Rickards.

Professor Field Rickards is the Dean of the Melbourne Graduate School of Education (MGSE). He began his career as an audiologist, and then lectured in audiology, before applying his clinical approach to education. Lecturers from MGSE appeared in the ABC documentary, Revolution School, as both academic advisor and mentors to the teaching staff of Kambrya College.

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