As a teacher, Jodie Dawe says it is her duty to instill the importance of peace in the hearts and minds of her students at Seaford Rise Primary School.
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..
Fossil deposits in the Naracoorte Caves, parental involvement in junior football and Australia’s adoption of compulsory voting are among the winning research themes of Flinders University’s 2013 Best Student Research Paper Awards.
The valuable contribution of Flinders teaching staff to high-quality education has been officially recognised as part of the Vice-Chancellor’s annual Celebration of Excellence and Innovation in Teaching.
Esteemed Flinders University staff member, Flinders graduate and longest-serving Mayor of Marion, Felicity-ann Lewis, has been named South Australia’s Australian of the Year for 2014.
A group of 25 educators, disability advocates and policymakers from Nepal and Indonesia is in Adelaide as part of an AusAID Australia Awards Fellowship program to examine local models of inclusive education for students living with disability.
A partnership between Flinders University and Adelaide Zoo is giving third-year student teachers a unique perspective on the value of the arts in education.
Flinders University would increase its role in South Australia’s teacher education if current discussions with the University of Adelaide come to fruition.
A thought-provoking presentation on the reasons why women undergo genital cosmetic surgery has emerged as the winner of Flinders University’s 2013 Three Minute Thesis competition, held on Friday (August 30).