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.
Academics and university leaders from around the world have reflected on Pope John Paul II’s vision for Catholic higher education in a new book launched by Australian Catholic University – Ex Corde Ecclesiae: Reflections after 30 Years.
Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has told leaders and students of Australia’s two Catholic universities seven reasons why the pursuit of Catholic higher education is necessary in a world increasingly antagonistic to Christian values.
Bathurst Bishop Michael McKenna will deliver a free online public lecture titled ‘How Do We Know What We Don’t Know?’ on Wednesday 17 November 2021 at 5pm AEDT, to mark the 25th anniversary of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference’s (ACBC) commitment to pastoral research through the National Centre for Pastoral Research (NCPR).
A new book about the Vatican II aims to spur the Church to continue its transformative goals and extend its vision into the 21st Century.