Flinders University continues to build on its research and educational excellence, with another strong performance in the prestigious Times Higher Education rankings. Vice-Chancellor Professor Colin Stirling says Flinders University […]
“It’s far more effective to work with people. Psychologists will tell you that if you directly challenge someone, they will often respond negatively. “I hope that […]
They’ve improved the health and educational prospects of thousands of people in South Australia – and now three of Flinders’ top educators have won prestigious national teaching and learning awards.
Flinders University’s internationally renowned School of Medicine has received the highest endorsement from the national accreditation body for medical education programs.
A Flinders alumnus has won the highly prestigious 2014 Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science teaching in Primary schools.
Flinders is developing the future health workforce at ViTA – a new state-of-the-art aged care, rehabilitation, teaching and research facility at the Repatriation General Hospital in Daw Park.
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..
Building on the success of its online Modern Greek programs at tertiary level, Flinders is moving to develop learning modules suitable for language students in SA primary and secondary schools.
Flinders new Dean of Education says teachers don’t see the full extent of their influence.