Clancy Art Prize unites art and faith14 September
Students in Catholic secondary schools across Sydney have celebrated art and faith at the annual Clancy Prize for Religious Art.
Professor Donna King is the National Head of School of Education at ACU. She began her career as a science, mathematics and religion teacher in secondary Catholic schools moving into tertiary teaching as a science educator. Her PhD was in context-based teaching in Chemistry and a body of research followed spanning four interconnecting fields: context-based science education, the emotional engagement of students in science in the middle years, the use of engineering contexts for teaching STEM and STEM - industry partnerships in schools.
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