UNSW School of Education

Two young students playing the recorder

Music education isn’t always that great. Just look to the recorder.

Teachers and students

Strong and positive teacher-student bonds are important during the pandemic, says educational psychology researcher Dr Rebecca Collie.

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Learning music has many benefits, but not in the ways you might think.

Professor Claire Annesley

Claire Annesley plans to build on the Faculty’s international reputation continuing to attract students and academics to take on society’s most pressing problems.

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The funding is part of a $174 million package Labor has promised to boost equity in higher education for Indigenous and low income students. 

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Dani Cooper reports on a program backed by UNSW and the NSW Department of Education that places student teachers in rural and remote schools.

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Leaders from the Gonski Institute for Education at UNSW Sydney will hold a forum tonight to explore dramatic changes posed for schools by the recent Gonski report.

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The latest Gonski review of education released this week will help return the focus to supporting individual students through good teaching, writes Adrian Piccoli.

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Selective schools are not for everyone, but their existence provides opportunity and choice for all high-ability students, writes Jae Yup Jared Jung.

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A program backed by UNSW and the NSW Department of Education that places student teachers in rural and remote schools has proved energising for all involved.

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