Dr Paul Jewell

Academic Status

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

place Health Sciences Building
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Paul is a philosopher and educator, specialising in Ethics. His focus in research and teaching is on Professional Ethics in Disability and Professional Ethics in Education. He is the author of the book Disability Ethics - a framework for professionals, practitioners and policy makers. Common Ground Publishing. He is also the principal author of 'Teaching Ethics - Care, Think and Choose' published by Hawker Brownlow.Another of his research interests is humour. He wrote and produced the satirical play "Educating Fronnie"about the philosophy of education.

PhD. Graduate Certificate Gifted Education. BA (Hons)
Honours, awards and grants
Paul is the recipient of a Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching
Topic coordinator
DSRS2235 Professional Ethics for Disability Practitioners
DSRS2237 Employment and Disability
DSRS9056 Legal, Ethical and Administrative Dimensions of Disability Studies
DSRS9055 Coursework Project
DSRS9054 Directed Study
DSRS9066 Capstone Project
DSRS9030 Dissertation
DSRS9052 Design and Evaluation of Disability Programs
EDUC9852 Ethics in Education
DSRS4105 Independent Study 1
DSRS4113 Independent Study 2
Supervisory interests
Disability Ethics
Disability policy
Professional ethics
Higher degree by research supervision
Principal supervisor: Disability Services (1)
Associate supervisor: Disability Services (2)
Principal supervisor: Critical Thinking Education Curriculum (1), Philosophy of Education (1), Early Childhood Education (1), Special Education (1), Gifted Education (1), Disability (1)
Associate supervisor: Disability Services (1), Education (1)
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