Four School of Education New Research Books
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.
Professor Laura Parry, the University of Adelaide’s Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research), launched the publications. Professor Parry was very generous in her praise of the research direction of the School of Education and the publications celebrated tonight. In our 112th year, Education at the University of Adelaide is ranked #75 in the world by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023 by subject highlighting education, teacher training, and academic studies in education.
Below are the publications celebrated:
- Research for Inclusive Quality Education: Leveraging Belonging, Inclusion, and Equity, Edited by Professor Christopher Boyle & Dr Kelly-Ann Allen [Monash University]. Read more about the publication.
- The Education of Arabic Speaking Refugee Children and Young Adults: Education, Employment and Social Inclusion, Authored by Dr Nina Maadad and Dr I Gusti Ngurah Darmawan . Read more about the publication.
- The Paradoxical Meeting of Depth Psychology and Physics: Reflections on the Unification of Psyche and Matter, Authored by Dr Robert S Matthews. Read more about the publication.
- Transforming Teaching: Wellbeing and Professional Practice , Authored by Associate Professor Mathew White and Professor Faye McCallum. Read more about the publication.