Certificate in Education Studies in Leadership
21 Filipino educational leaders and educational officials were selected to attend the second offering of Certificate in Education Studies in Leadership under the Transformational Educational Leadership in the 21st Century Contexts programme. This programme is offered by the University of Queensland’s School of Education in partnership with The HEAD Foundation and Ateneo Centre for Educational Development.
Lecture Series — Learning to Play…Again: Engaging Creatively, Leading Imaginatively
As adults who live in urban, high-pressure and fast-changing contexts, what would we gain if we spent more time at play? On 23 October 2019, Asst Prof Charlene Rajendran examined the dynamics of play, with particular reference to the arts as a creative platform and suggested that a lucid sensibility contributes to the development of vibrant and innovative individuals and communities.
THink Digest Issue No. 5: Profit for Good (Special Issue)
This special issue of THink features stories behind social enterprises who triumphed at the DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge Asia over the years. Get inspired by their ideas, success stories (and struggles) that continue to impact their communities, and society at large. This issue was created in collaboration with DBS Foundation and NUS Enterprise.
Training Teachers in Laos to Facilitate Social Communication of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
The HEAD Foundation is supporting Universiti Sains Malaysia, Souphanouvong University and University of Nottingham, Malaysia, to develop an online training module for teachers in Laos to facilitate social communication of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Essential resources for successful employment of international students in Australia
What can international students do to improve their employability in Australia, and how can universities in the country enhance positive employment outcomes for these students? Dr Thanh Pham and Chris Thomson of Monash University share insights from their research.
Nobel Laureate Lecture: Looking to the Frontiers of Fundamental Science
Nobel Laureate in Physics 2004, Professor David Gross outlined some of the great unknowns at the frontiers of Fundamental Science, particularly on how the Universe began, how we are trying to find the answers to these questions and what the answers might be.