Dean's Lecture Series 2016Presented by Professor Lesley FarrellThe rise of robotics in manufacturing requires workers to have sophisticated literacy skills so they can direct machines and join up innovation and production networks. With machines doing the work that people used to do, the way products are imagined, developed, produced and distributed is being transformed, creating new work for people.Watch lecture
A new joint survey from Dr Peggy Kern, The Wellbeing Lab and the Australia HR Institute reports people working in the consulting industry are the most likely to consider themselves "consistently thriving" in the workplace.
The Wellbeing Lab Workplace Survey, conducted in partnership with Dr Peggy Kern from the University of Melbourne and supported by the Australian HR Institute, recently asked a representative sample of just over 1,000 Australian workers how their wellbeing was faring.
In the Indigenous Homelands of East Arnhem Land, University of Melbourne preservice teachers are learning the unique value of place and listening
A University of Melbourne study identifies the top ten characteristics great teachers share, with high levels of self-efficacy making the biggest impact.
The notion of ‘western civillisation’ has divided modern historians; a University of Melbourne expert says we need to explore and question ‘western thinking’.
Assessing what works in the classroom using reason, not intuition, would help educators invest more wisely, argues John Hattie from the University of Melbourne.
The latest Life Patterns report from the University of Melbourne shows the environment is the biggest issue of concern for both Gen X and Gen Y.
Strategic Plan 2018 – 2021
Melbourne Graduate School of Education
Choosing the right school for your child can be daunting, but a University of Melbourne expert has practical hints and tips for what to look for and ask about.
A flawed vocational training system is letting down Australia at a critical time for skills. Two University of Melbourne experts have a simple plan to fix it.
Clinical teaching turns the tables. It involves the monitoring, evaluating, then the adaption of a lesson, during the lesson, to ensure it meets the needs of each student.
Australian higher education is fearfully exposed to any decline in demand from China. So, policy paladin Frank Larkins, sets out incontrovertible evidence in a new paper for the L H Martin Institute.
Honorary Professor Michael Bernard, from the University of Melbourne, recently delivered his program ‘Bullying: the power to cope’ to 100 Melbourne school students to strengthen positive attitudes and coping skills.
Many students are struggling financially, according to a new Universities Australia survey conducted by University of Melbourne researchers.
Poorer performances in grammar and punctuation by students who sat NAPLAN online are among the problems worrying education officials as they desperately try to resolve a stand-off that is delaying the release of this year's results.
Parents and teachers can help young people learn coping skills to better deal with the stresses of everyday life, says a University of Melbourne expert.
University of Melbourne Dean of Education, Jim Watterston, and NSW Education Secretary, Mark Scott, debate Gonski 2.0 in the latest Talking Teaching podcast.
Everybody knows it but nobody much says it, Australian higher education is fearfully exposed to any decline in demand from China. So, policy paladin Frank Larkins, sets out incontrovertible evidence in a new paper for the L H Martin Institute.
Costly private schools do not give students any long-term boost in the job market or improve their salary prospects, a new study has found.