Aleksandr Taylor-Gough is a school principal who had a goal to further refine the knowledge, skills and practices required to deepen his leadership capabilities. He is currently studying the Master of Education, with the finish line in sight. He was drawn to study online with SCU after having put a Master of Education course with a different institution on hold for a few years. Continue reading
What’s the secret to finding study success? We spoke to SCU Online’s Master of Information Technology Management student Carrie Baldwin to get her insights on the juggle that is motherhood, fulltime work and online postgraduate study.
If you have been fortunate enough to work with a great leader, you might have found yourself at different times trying to identify what it is that makes them so effective. It might have been their ability to remain calm and effective in the face of a crisis, to recover quickly from setbacks, be creative at problem solving, adapt to changing circumstances or persist positively in the face of apparently overwhelming obstacles.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to study online at Southern Cross University? We sat down to talk with Kristen, Senior Learning Designer at SCU Online to talk about some of the wonderful features of PERCI, our online learning environment.
We’ve put together a list of ways you can prioritise your mental health as a postgraduate student with a focus on developing self-care, coping and resilience strategies.
Leigh Owens is the IT Manager for Essendon Football Club. He is currently studying his Master of Information Technology Management at Southern Cross University Online. We spoke with him about his job, kicking goals with online study and why he picked Southern Cross University Online to study his Master of Information Technology Management.
Recently, we hosted a webinar with Dr John Hurley, to speak about career opportunities in the mental health field and current trends within the sector.
As you progress in your career, the skills you develop from your work experience are undoubtedly critical. Yet, it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that your education is over after you finish high school or your undergraduate degree. Indeed, one of the most attractive parts of completing your studies is the idea that you don’t need to learn anything else.
Recently, we hosted a webinar with Dr Bellert, which focused on some of the key topics and considerations for teachers when teaching students with disabilities or additional learning needs. Below are some of the key takeaways and listen in to the podcast, which you can access and listen to for more information about this specialist area.