Adrian Rudzinski was born and educated in Adelaide, South Australia. His appointment to Flinders University's School of Education was in 2010 following a 25-year career in educational leadership roles in secondary schools in Adelaide and internationally in Hong Kong. He held various IB leadership and school administrative positions including Director of Staff at Concordia College Adelaide.
His research interests are: immigration studies; career mobility patterns of teachers; curriculum histories; history teaching methods; and IB program impact studies.
Bachelor of Arts Honours, History, Adelaide University
Diploma in Education, Adelaide University
Master of Arts, History, Flinders University
Doctor of Education, Flinders University
Contemporary issues in secondary schooling
Curriculum studies R-12 in Humanities and Social Sciences
International Baccalaureate (IB) studies
Humanities and Social Science curricula past and present
Contemporary issues; education policy; teachers' lives; the teaching profession.
Member History Council of South Australia
Member History Teachers' Association of South Australia
Member AARE: Global Contexts for K-12 Education’ SIG
HASS project, Charles Campbell School
Research project on adolescent well-being in SA IBMYP schools
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