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The School of Education eLearning Program continues to offer new and exciting opportunities through which students engage with industry partners. Seven pre-service teachers from the School of Education have been selected to take part in a professional learning program alongside dozens of school managers and leaders from across Australia. Led by Apple and entitled Developing Leaders, this professional learning program focuses on how schools can better organise themselves for connectedness and wellbeing in education.
Congratulations to Dr Stephen Kelly (Lecturer) and Dr Samantha Schulz (Senior Lecturer) , who are chief investigators on the newly awarded ARC Discovery Project 'Culturally Responsive Schooling' (DP220100651, 2022-24) on 24 December 2021 with co-chief investigators Professor Irabinna-Lester Rigney (UniSA, project lead), Professor Robert Hattam (UniSA), Professor Michalinos Zembylas (Open University of Cyprus), and Dr Nadeem Memon (UniSA - Centre for Islamic Thought and Education, CITE).
School of Education Researchers Present at the 2021 Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE)
Eleven School of Education Researchers and PhD candidates are presenting at the 2021 Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) Conference between 29 November 2021 – 2 December 2021 in an online format.
On Thursday, 4 November 2021, 100 guests attended the School of Education's annual awards evening, joining graduate teachers and professional association representatives. The School of Education also welcomed donors who generously support pre-service teachers, including Mr. Peter Routley AM (PH Routley Award) and the Patten Family (Anthony Patten Master of Education Award). The School of Education was proud to acknowledge our outstanding pre-service teachers in various categories.
On Friday 29 October 2021, the University of Adelaide’s Master of Teaching graduate Catherine James was awarded Educators SA World Teachers' Day Award. In a ceremony attended by the John Gardner MP, Minister for Education, Government of South Australia, and the sector heads from the Association of Independent Schools of South Australia Department for Education, Catholic Education South Australia, and leaders from across the State held at the National Wine Centre.
On the 20th of October 2020, the School of Education was honoured to host Emeritus Laureate Professor John Hattie ONZM, Melbourne Graduate School of Education from the University of Melbourne and Chair of the Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leaders, to present the 2021 Kevin Marjoribanks Memorial Lecture. This year’s event occurred online due to the COVID-19 travel restrictions.
The ADS award recognises the pioneering work of the School of Education and its eLearning Program, which Apple has highlighted as an exemplar of innovation in teacher education. With this award, the School of Education is internationally recognised as using contemporary technologies in tertiary education.
Preservice teachers at the School of Education who are completing their final year of the Bachelor of Teaching and the Master of Teaching programs participated in Professional Development workshops. The focus was on SACE knowledge development of assessment strategies and lesson planning. Three workshops were held: Monday 5th July SACE and SACE Science and Tuesday 6th July SACE HASS.
Four new research publications from School of Education academics.
Today we welcomed over thirty new Master of Teaching students at the School of Education.