Dr Greg Carey teaches in the areas of Inclusive Technology, and the Transition to Adulthood of those with a disability andhas a long-standing interest in special education and disability services in developing countries. The topics are part of the preparation and continuing education of Developmental Educators and Special Education Teachers.
He has a wide experience in teaching students with special needs in South Australian schools and the preparation of special education teachers and developmental educators in Australia, China and Papua New Guinea.
His research concentrates on inclusive Information and Communication Technology (iICT) and the position of those with an intellectual disability in emerging technologies. His 5 Cs of 21stC Learning (Connectivity, Community, Collaboration, Creativity and Curation) are used as the foundation of his face to face and online teaching and provide the basis for evaluation of new and emerging technologies.
He has a major interest is the use of technology to improve the lives of people with disabilities.
Fellow Australian College of Educators (FACE)
Support of research is also available in the area of iICT and Transition to Adulthood in the following topics:
DSRS4105 Independent Study 1 (4.5 units)
DSRS9054 Directed Study in Disability (4.5 units)
DSRS9066 Disability Studies Capstone Project (4.5 units)
DSRS9055 Coursework Project in Disability/Rehabilitation (9 units)
DSRS9030A Dissertation in Disability (18 units) *Students who wish to undertake the Dissertation topic may first need to undertake appropriate research methods topic unless they have previously studied research methods. They should discuss options with the Course Coordinator.
Australian College of Educators
Fellow - awarded 1998 for contribution to the education of students with disabilities.
Australian Association of Special Education - Member
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) - Member
Educational Technology South Australia (EdTechSA) - Member
Developmental Educators Australia Inc - Associate Member
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