Fifteen school principals and school leaders from around Australia were among thousands of graduates completing their time at Flinders University at this month’s graduation ceremonies. The […]
Flinders is mourning the passing of John Harris. Mr Harris, an adjunct Lecturer in the School of Education, passed away in the early hours of Tuesday […]
Children and young people want a Children’s Commissioner or ‘champion’ to uphold their best interests, says child development expert Professor Phillip Slee, from Flinders’ School of Education.
Flinders University to design and teach a specialised postgraduate course in teaching children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to 80 teachers from across the State.
Relational learning – an educational approach that puts the sharing of ideas and the importance of relationships front and centre – is the focus of an international event at Flinders.
All childcare centres do valuable things, but not many can say they have single-handedly prevented an empowered community from becoming a disempowered one for 14 years.
With students ranging from 15 to 73 years old and a can-do approach to achievement, it’s not hard to see how Naracoorte High School’s Independent Learning Centre (ILC) won a Flinders University sponsored Brand South Australia Education Award.
Most people understand that education is a marathon not a sprint, but is it a fair race when some children clearly start off with much better running shoes than others?
As a special education teacher, Swati Phatak savours many proud moments.