Visit by Masters students from Melbourne Graduate School of Education

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On 21 September 2017, SST hosted 15 Masters students from Melbourne Graduate School of Education. They were:

Dr Mary Leahy Senior Lecturer, Centre for Vocational and Educational Policy, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne
Amanda Kerley Content Writer and User Experience Officer, Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre
Angela Castro International Engagement Advisor, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne
Cairistiona Tait Head, Information Services and E-Learning Coordinator, John Paul College, Victoria
Gemma Buckley Full time student, The University of Melbourne
James Sheffield Secondary teacher, Haileybury, Victoria
Melissa Hirst Policy Manager, Australian Curriculum and Assessment Authority
Michelle Connell Education Officer, Leadership and
School Development, Catholic Education Melbourne
Michelle Corera Full time student, The University of Melbourne
Nicole Ayers Nicole Ayers
Rebecca Mason Senior Outreach and Project Officer (Widening Participation), University of Canberra
Simone Allen Mathematics and Humanities Teacher, Baden Powell College (Prep – 9), Victoria
Szer Rei (Cheryl) Cheam Early Childhood Educator, East Brunswick Kindergarten, Victoria
Zhengyu (Sally) Wang Full-time student, The University of Melbourne
Anisha Ghani Full-time student, The University of Melbourne

SST did an introduction on its vision, mission, values, goals, curriculum, and SST’s approach to applied learning.

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Thank you for visiting SST!

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One thought on “Visit by Masters students from Melbourne Graduate School of Education

  1. Shell says:

    Really invigorated by visiting SST. Particularly enjoyed the robotics room and more so the freedom students seemingly have to create their own robots without manuals. Interested to know more about the language used to engage students in coding?

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