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School of Education

The School of Education at Curtin University has offered programs that embrace innovation in learning technologies, theory and practice since 1975, with the aim of preparing highly skilled and informed graduates who can teach and work in a fast-changing world. Curtin’s partnerships with schools and education providers in all sectors reflect our desire to work collaboratively to develop highly sought-after graduates.

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Celebrating with Professor Jeffrey Brooks, Head of School, are this year’s student award winners. The 2023 School of Education Student Awards Ceremony was held in the Brodie-Hall Atrium at the John Curtin Gallery and the BankWest Lecture Theatre.

Dr John Lake presented the John Lake Medal for Outstanding Achievement in the Master of Education to Dr Saul Karnovsky on behalf of Leanne Clark, the 2023 award winner.

Waruni Ekanayaka, award winner of the Walter D Neal Award for Excellence in Educational Research, joined by Belinda Stewart, President of WATESOL, A/Prof Toni Dobinson, A/Prof Mihye Won and Prof John Williams from the School of Education.