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School of Education Researchers Present at the 2022 Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) Conference
The Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) returns to a face-to-face conference for the first time in two years. School of Education Researchers and PhD candidates are presenting at the 2022 Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) Conference between 27 November – 1 December in Adelaide. This year’s conference theme investigates the topic of Transforming the Future of Education: The Role of Research and is co-hosted at UniSA.
School of Education hosts Assessment for Graduate Teaching (AfGT) Year-End Moderation & Strategic Planning Workshop
The School of Education at the University of Adelaide hosted the Cross-Institutional Moderation for the AfGT Year-End Moderation & Strategic Planning. The Assessment for Graduate Teaching (AfGT) is an approved Teaching Performance Assessment (TPA) instrument developed and implemented by a consortium of Australian higher education providers that have Initial Teacher Education (ITE) faculties or schools. The AfGT is designed to capture the sophisticated intellectual work of teaching and enable pre-service teachers to demonstrate the various ways in which they can meet the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (Graduate level). Participants from the consortium who will be at the workshop this weekend include:
On 9 November, the School of Education hosted a book launch for four new research books published by academics in inclusive education, refugee education, education psychology and wellbeing.
On 2 November 2022, over 100 guests attended the School of Education’s annual awards evening, joining graduate teachers and professional association representatives.
Dr Heath Nash (MTeach Graduate) Presented the University of Adelaide Educators SA 2022 World Teachers’ Day Award
Our teachers have shown remarkable resilience during challenging times to give Australian students the best possible future.
The 2023 Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject were released today.
On 4 October 2022, the School of Education was visited by nine "Faculty of Teachers Training and Education" (FKIP) Deans from Indonesia.
Australia’s schools are among the most technologically advanced in the world, such that proficient digital capabilities are considered an essential skill for teachers to be effective.
On 10 August 2022, Dr Walter Barbieri presented a keynote speech at the EduTech conference at Melbourne Convention Centre before a live audience of over 2,000.
After an international search, the University of Adelaide is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Head of School of Education.