School of Education

The University of South Australia’s School of Education has a long and respected history in training the dynamic, socially-conscious educators of the future.

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School of Education
G – De Lissa Building, Magill campus
G Building, Mawson Lakes campus
UniSA School of Education Enquiries: UniSASchoolofEducation@unisa.edu.au

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Invitation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders

The School of Education warmly invites Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to apply for our pre-service teacher education programs. The School and University have unique provisions in place to enable student success in our programs. Our goal is to graduate 200 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders teacher graduates by 2020.

 

 

The MENtor Program for Males in ECE

The School of Education encourages gender diversity in our pre-service teacher education programs. The MENtor Program for Males in Early Childhood Education is an innovative program that provides support and guidance for male pre-service teachers. Through the MENtor Program the university aims to enrich student experience and increase male Early Childhood numbers to 10% by 2020.

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