Social media can help children

Constructively using social media and online chatrooms may help Australian school students rise in international PISA rankings, according to a Flinders University expert in teacher education. […]

School’s out for autism teachers

Up to 50 schools are better equipped to teach children living with autism as a result of a State Government-funded program at Flinders University. The special […]

Praise poured on safe water studies

Flinders students Sarah Aucote and Charndeep Chahal have been recognised at this year’s State water industry awards. Sarah Aucote won the Hodgson Medal (The Student Water […]

Zoom in to Zoom Out at TEDx

Tickets are selling fast for this year’s TEDxAdelaide 2017: Zoom Out event, which brings together more than a dozen leaders in their fields. Organisers describe the […]

Solar car delivers STEM

As the Flinders solar car prepares to start the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, a journey of discovery is heading in the opposite direction. Education students Matthew Siviour […]

John Mignone, Department of State Development Mineral Resources Division Education and Community Information Services Manager, with five trainee science teachers from Flinders, left to right, Michael Bocse, Emily Halls, Kimberley Jackson, Hannah Wertheim and Emily Hawkins at the Drill Core Library at Tonsley.

STEM teacher program bridges the gap

A second round of 20 student teacher placements is planned this year under the State Government’s ‘Bridging the Gap’ program. The program aims to ‘connect science education […]

The Research in Special Education (RISE) conference at Flinders will focus on using ethical, compassionate and more effective methods to teach and 'include' students with disabilities in our schools.

RISE to help students shine

The Research in Special Education (RISE) conference at Flinders will focus on using ethical, compassionate and more effective methods to teach and ‘include’ students with disabilities in our schools. Flinders […]