College of Education, Psychology and Social Work
Rosalind has academic status in the School of Education working with postgraduate students in Masters and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. In the broadest sense her interests are in the fields of Educational and Developmental Psychology.
BEd (Sydney), MEd, PhD (Flinders)
1995: Flinders University Vice-Chancellor's Award for excellence in teaching
2000: Literati Club award for excellence. Highly commended author. MCB University Press
2003: Flinders University Vice-Chancellor's Award for excellence in teaching
2008: Australian Learning and Teaching Council Citation
EDUC9702: Teaching and Learning to Promote Wellbeing and Positive Mental Health in Schools and Early Childhood Services
Supervision of PhD students
Rosalind's research stems from an interest in better understanding the influences that contribute to the academic achievement and wellbeing of students across the years of schooling and in higher education. Collaborative research in the field of developmental psychology addresses issues such as students' social/emotional adjustment to school, bullying and family stress.
Rosalind is Co-Drector of the Flinders Research Centre Student Wellbeing and Prevention of Violence (SWAPv).
Her current research-related writing is connected with involvement in the following projects:
KidsMatter Early Childhood Mental Health Initiative Evaluation Problem-based learning in teacher education; Coping with bullying