Student Noticeboard

Enrolment Advice for Continuing Students 2015

Details of drop in sessions available for re-enrolment guidance for continuing students in Bachelor of Education double degrees, Bachelor of Sport, and Master of Teaching postgraduate degrees will be made available here from late September, 2014.

The sessions will run from 20 October to 28 November 2014 in teaching rooms around the Education Building. There will be designated days for specific courses and sessions repeated over those weeks.

For the scheduled sessions  click here (PDF 108KB)

These details will also be displayed on the student noticeboard next to the former assignment chute by the Education School Office, level 4, Education Building.

 

Enrolment Advice for New/Commencing Students 2015

Pre-recorded and uploaded course information sessions will be available at this website from mid January 2015 for the range of undergraduate degrees offered by the School of Education.

Details of drop in sessions available for enrolment guidance for new/commencing students in Bachelor of Education double degrees, Bachelor of Sport, and Master of Teaching postgraduate degrees will be made available here from mid-January 2015.

There will be designated days for specific combinations of courses and repeated sessions over those weeks.

The sessions will run from approximately 19 January to 27 February 2015 in teaching rooms around the Education Building on levels 2 and 3.

 

Early Childhood/Arts and Special Education Applicants for 2015: Important Reminder re Evidence of Criminal History Screening

All applicants for the following courses:  Bachelor of Education/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies, Bachelor of Education (Primary R-7 and Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies, Bachelor of Education Middle and Secondary Schooling (Special Education)/Bachelor of Disability Studies, Master of Teaching (Early Childhood), Master of Teaching (Special Education), please read the information below.

All School of Education pre-service teachers  must obtain a Child-Related Employment Screening before undertaking their Professional Experience. This is a requirement of the Department for Education and Child Development (DECD), in agreement with the Catholic Education and Independent Schools Boards.

Applicants offered a place in one of the courses listed above must apply for their screening immediately in order to be ready for placement in Semester 1.

The process is managed by the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) Screening Unit. Applications can only be made to the DCSI via Australia Post. Do not apply through the Police Station. More information is provided through the following link http://www.flinders.edu.au/ehl/education/professional-experience/preparation-for-placement/obtain.cfm

Please complete each section of the Child-Related Employment Screening form in full, otherwise your application will be returned and you will experience a delay in obtaining your screening clearance.

On behalf of the Professional Experience Coordinator.

 

Criminal History Checks

Please visit the School of Education section of the University's Criminal History Check webpage for information about the process of obtaining a Criminal history check.

 

Attention Teacher Education/Masters/PhD/EdD Students

Scholarships to Attend DECD Practitioner Research Day Regarding Innovative Practices

The Department of Education and Child Development is conducting their Exploring Innovation event:

IMPROVING STUDENT LITERACY THROUGH INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGY, ENGAGEMENT AND USING PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES: A FOCUS ON PRACTITIONER ACTION RESEARCH AND USING DATA?

  Open Access College 2014 (PDF 174KB)

 DECD and the Flinders Educational Futures Research Institute will provide scholarships to cover the registration fees for the one day event for 10 of our full-time students (Teacher Education/Masters/PhD/EdD).

If you wish to apply for one of these scholarships, please send an application, including your name, Flinders email address, and one paragraph (<200 words) about your perceptions about how the event will contribute to your professional education, to:

 

Helen Askell-Williams

Director, Flinders Educational Futures Research Institute? 

helen.askell-williams@flinders.edu.au


Student computer rooms in the Education building

Don't forget, rooms EDUC 3.16 (with printing facilities) and EDUC 3.17 have been made available for Education Students to use! Please go to EDUC 4.69 to gain security swipe access on your student card.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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