Lead researcher and Australian Catholic University Senior Education Lecturer Dr Amanda Gutierrez said with digital games not listed as an example of a multimodal text in the Australian Curriculum for English, the lack of consensus among English teachers about the merit of using them in learning programs was understandable.
National Catholic Education Executive director Jacinta Collins has said there is also no ‘parity’ in school capital funding with Catholic school families and communities contributing nearly 90 per cent to build and maintain school facilities.
This year, the liturgy included a special quadrennial commissioning ceremony, acknowledging those who have achieved important milestones in their formation and service as catechists.
A new report launched Wednesday 25 October by the Valuing Children Initiative has made key recommendations following a survey of more than 1000 adults across Australia which asked how they felt about children and young people.
Hosted by the National Catholic Education Commission, the Australian Catholic Education Symposium is held online in October to celebrate World Teachers Day and aims to engage Catholic system and school leaders, educators and staff in topics of interest to stimulate professional dialogue in their communities.
New John XXIII College Principal Daniel Mahon commitment to Catholic education is unwavering, and he has a deep affinity for Ignatian spirituality, which echoes the school’s faith focus on bringing each student to an awareness of God’s presence in all things.
Ministry training at Acts 2 College includes working with youth, strategic Catholic youth ministry, communications, evangelisation skills, working legally and ethically, events management, personal and professional leadership, liturgy, and presentation skills.
Led by co-captains Aaron Haji Ali and Destiny Peris, the UNDA team embraced the spirit of unity and cultural significance by imprinting their handprints onto a Kangaroo skin, symbolising their deep connection to the land and their shared aspirations.
The physics equipment was given to the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia (STAWA) so it could be recycled and given a new life with primary school students.
As a leading scholar in theology and social theory, Tracey Rowland’s appointment to the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences is not only a great achievement for her personally, but also for the University of Notre Dame, which is renowned for its high-quality research.