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.
The University of Adelaide joined the Assessment for Graduate Teaching consortium and will adopt the approved Teaching Performance Assessment (TPA) instrument from 2022.
Australian schools are among the most digitally connected in the world and The School of Education at the University of Adelaide is leveraging this new reality through the one-of-a-kind eLearning Program in the Bachelor of Teaching degree.
The University of Adelaide’s academic year has begun with Orientation for our Master of Teaching students.
The School of Education is proud to acknowledge our outstanding pre-service teachers in various categories and recognise many of our mentor teachers and schools that support the Professional Experience program.
The School of Education has recently welcomed a new cohort of Master of Teaching students.
In an event organised by Apple on 9 July 2020 the South East Asian network of Apple school leaders held an invitation-only webinar with 164 primary and secondary school leaders from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam.