COVID-19 has confined families to their home with children struggling to fill the void left by regular sporting activities and outside play, but parents can take […]
Flinders University nutrition experts have contributed to a newly launched online registry of resources that aims to help boost vegetable consumption in Aussie kids. The searchable […]
Parents, carers and grandparents should work with teachers to help the most fussy eaters to eat healthy, varied diets during their preschool and early school years, […]
‘OrbIT’, Flinders University’s award-winning accessible gaming system and novel controller, will feature at the 3rd European Conference on Design4Health this week.
While most parents might think they know why they have children, research suggests this age-old question, in fact, remains mostly unanswered.
A Flinders academic is working on an educational framework to help professionals move towards a common national approach to providing services for young children.
Understanding how children think and learn about science and maths is fundamental to the design of curriculum, instruction and intervention, says Flinders’ new Strategic Professor in Education..
A community awareness campaign aims to tackle the issue of the growing number of children who are becoming perpetrators of violent and abusive behaviour in the family home.