Educators, educators and teachers are working hard to build a more globally engaged workforce.
In Australia, they are learning how to teach, develop and engage students through their local schools and the national educational network.
This year, we’re looking to help students, teachers and parents connect and work together across the country to help shape the future of the arts.
In Sydney, we have seen an enormous increase in demand from students looking to get their hands on great content to learn about different countries and cultures.
With this in mind, the University of Technology, Sydney’s Creative Skills Centre (CSSC) has launched the first-ever “Teaching in a World of Education” competition.
This week, over 10,000 students across the nation will participate in a five-day training course in which they will learn how to:Find and engage with students in their local community.
Develop skills for engaging students across a range of topics, including:Achieving academic excellence.
Evaluate student success and performance.
Develop and deliver content for teaching, learning and cultural outreach.
Provide a creative learning experience for students and teachers.
To join the competition, students will have to complete an online questionnaire that includes:Education, media and technology skillsThe learning objectivesStudents will also have to upload their own video, and upload their project to be reviewed by the competition judges.
They can submit their project on our website, or via the online submission form.
Once the project is judged, the student will be awarded a prize of $500.
For more information, visit the CSSC website.
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