These are two secondary school teaching areas experiencing high demand now and set for continuing jobs growth in the future. State and federal governments have identified maths and science teaching as critical to Australia's development as a "knowledge-based" economy.More about Mathematics and Science
This Graduate Diploma is designed to meet the growing need for specialist teachers of Kindergarten to Year 3. With a non-teaching undergraduate degree, you can be teaching in this priority area after just 12 months of study. The last intake will be semester 1, 2013.Find out more
Young children who participate in swimming lessons are reaching key milestones earlier than their peershttp://www.griffith.edu.au/__data/assets/video_file/0019/502480/A-big-night-out.mp4 http://www.griffith.edu.au/__data/assets/image/0008/502478/A-big-night-out-tn.jpg A big night out
Education students organise a 'nightclub experience' for people with disabilities.http://www.griffith.edu.au/__data/assets/video_file/0020/502481/Griffith-student-wins-Coolangatta-Gold.mp4 http://www.griffith.edu.au/__data/assets/image/0007/502477/coolangatta-tn.jpg Griffith student wins Coolangatta Gold
Coolangatta Gold winner and Griffith University student Brodie Moir talks to exercise scientist Dr Greg Reddan about the challenges she faced during the gruelling 32km race - 13.1km ski, 1.6km run, 2km swim, 1.6km run, 5.1km board and 8.6km run.