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Education graduates recognised at Awards Night

Our education graduates were recently recognised at the School of Education’s 2017 Awards Night, honouring their academic achievements and commitment to the field of teaching. Read more.

Kimberley Goh, Master of Education

“I chose to do a Master of Education with Curtin University because they were one of the few universities that offered flexible online study within a suitable time frame. I thoroughly enjoyed the strong educational research component of this course.” Read more

Tracy Bennett, BEd (Primary Education) via Open Universities Australia

“The flexibility of online study meant that I could be the mother I wanted to be to the three little people who meant the world to me, while also investing in securing the future I wanted for myself. While my nights were full of iLectures, text books and web searches, my days could still be devoted to those that I loved.” Read more

Jared Bruning, BEd (Primary Education)

“One of the favourite parts of my degree was the research project I was able to complete as part of the Honours course. After three years of studying in a university classroom, the yearlong project allowed me to gain a different perspective on education. I chose to study the experiences of non-English speaking migrants in Australian schools. Looking back, the project helped me to gain a more holistic and global perspective on the impact of education. Not only that, the study also allowed me to develop strong professional relationships with the staff of Curtin. Many thanks goes to Professor Rhonda Oliver for her guidance and input.”  Read more