IN a reversal of traditional roles, Adelaide University students on placement at schools to learn how to teach are helping teachers work out how best to use online platforms.
Dr. John Willison, School of Education, University of Adelaide, ran a webinar on 15 April 2020 on: Facilitating the development of students who think critically and creatively.
The University congratulates Associate Professor Mathew White on his award from the Australian Council for Educational Leaders (ACEL) SA branch for Distinguished Contribution to Research in Educational Leadership. Congratulations also to Mr Simon Murray OAM, member of the School of Education Advisory board, on receiving ACEL's Alby Jones Gold Medal 2020.
Senior School of Education Lecturer Brendan Bentley was interviewed by Chris Scanlon from 'The Age' concerning the benefits of homework in primary schools and its relationship to learning, in particular Cognitive Load Theory.
The School of Education is excited to welcome Dr Steven Stolz, Senior Lecturer (Teaching and Research) and Program Director of the Master of Teaching degree.
Hear first-hand from Gonski Institute Professor Pasi Sahlberg.
The University of Adelaide's School of Education hosted the most innovative teachers for a showcase of excellence in the classroom.
Leveraging this new reality through the introduction of a one-of-a-kind eLearning Program in the Bachelor of Teaching degree.
Smartphone Assisted Language Learning: Shila Panadgoo (Ph.D. Candidate, School of Education, University of Adelaide)
An investigation into the effectiveness of the use of smartphones for English language teaching and learning from pedagogical and attitudinal perspectives
What is academic work? Why is it measured? What is measured? What are the consequences of measurement?