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MGSE Media Mentions

Professor John Polesel in ‘VCAL students: they see us as the ‘dumb ones’, Livingston Ledger, 14 December 2019.

Associate Professor Aaron Jarden in ‘Being grateful this Christmas benefits you even when your family’s driving you bananas’, The Conversation, 24 December 2019.

Dr Kathryn Coleman in ‘The young and curious: How the science gallery can break down silos’, Pursuit, 13 January 2020.

Professor Lea Waters speaks to ABC Radio Melbourne’s Weekends program on returning to work and ‘job crafting’. She says it is common for workers to have a tough time going back to their work and explains how job crafting works to make work more enjoyable. She explains how ‘WWW’ or ‘what went well for you’ as a psychological exercise. Waters also suggests the concept of mini vacation to give oneself a rest from their job may help those who had an emergency-interrupted Summer holiday ABC Radio Melbourne, 18 January 2020.

Dr Justin Coulson in 'No, They Don’t Really Hate You' in The Daily Telegraph, 18 January, 2020 and republished in:

  • The Courier Mail (subscription required), 18 January 2020 and many other associated NewsCorp publications
  • Also republished in The Sunday Times, 19 January 2020.

Dr Nicky Dulfer in 'Should all teachers understand the International Baccalaureate?' – IB World Schools Yearbook – 20 January, 2020.

L H Martin Institute and the change in leadership from Professor Leo Goedegebuure to Arnaldo Barone: 'L no longer for Leo at L H Martin' Campus Morning Mail, 21 January, 2020.

Dr Chelsea Hyde provided newsgrabs to 2SM News about children transitioning to high school– 22 January, 2020.

Dr Elizabeth Hartnell-Young co-wrote Australia Day Awards - 50% to Women? In the BroadAgenda Blog, 24 january, 2020.

Dr Erica Frydenberg was named a member of the Order of Australia’s general division: ‘Do good’ psychologist Erica Frydenberg’s big impact' – The Australian 26 January, 2020.

Associate Professor Peggy Kern interviewed on 2SER FM about research into how different personalities align better with different jobs, plus subsequent news article 'Matchmaking Personality Types with Careers' 29 January 2020

Dr Jenny Chesters and Professor Johanna Wyn in 'Reality of gig economy for graduates' – Campus Morning Mail, 29 January, 2020.

Dr Jenny Chesters and Professor Johanna Wyn in 'Uni degree no longer guarantees job security in growing gig economy' in WA Today on 30 January 2020 (republished in SMH & The Age papers on 31 January).

And “Get a trade! How university graduates with a masters degree or PhD are FAR less likely to land a job than trained blue collar workers” in The Daily Mail 31 January, 2020

Dr Chelsea Hyde in 'Seven tips on how to make your Prep’s first weeks at school easier' in The Moreland Leader in The Herald Sun, 31 January, 2020.

Anna Krohn in 'Making sport compulsory at school could be next step' in The Australian Financial Review, 31 January 2020.

Professor John Hattie in 'Students’ attitudes to school and reading achievement' – Teacher (Magazine) Online, 3 February, 2020.

University of Melbourne (ARC) in 'SA schools to work with University of Melbourne on ‘learner profiles’ as ATAR alternative' in The Advertiser (Adelaide) 3 February 2020.

Professor William Locke and the CSHE Developing a New Vision for Post-Secondary Education: Ideas for Government report in 'Reviews can guide significant reform to overall policy' in The Australian, 5 February 2020.

Professor John Hattie in 'Catholic schools lose ground to government and independent sectors' in The Age, SMH and WA Today 6 February 2020.

Associate Professor Tricia Eadie in 'Wonderful word' – Moreland Leader and associated Leader publications – 10 February 2020.

MGSE Master of Teaching mentioned in conversation between ABC Radio Melbourne Mornings program with host Virginia Trioli and Sue Bell, President of the Victorian Association of State Secondary Principals Listen from 44mins, 10 February 2020.

Megan O’Connell in Hack Investigates: Does a uni degree help me get a job? in Triple J’s Hack, 11 February, 2020.