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At the School of Education we have a long and respected history training the dynamic, socially-conscious educators of the future.

Located in the metropolitan area at Magill and Mawson Lakes, and reaching remote South Australia through the Anangu Tertiary Education Program, we offer a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs spanning early childhood, schooling, and adult education.

We are also home to the Centre for Research in Education, which is committed to environmental and social sustainability, social justice, valuing cultural difference, and innovation. Research spans areas as diverse as cyber-bullying and teaching English to new arrivals.

Our staff are renowned for the excellence of their work as consultants, teachers and researchers, maintaining strong links with the education industry and universities around the world.

Read on and discover what the School of Education has to offer you.

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School of Education
G – De Lissa Building, Magill campus
G Building, Mawson Lakes campus
UniSA School of Education Enquiries:

Future student enquiries:
1300 UNINOW or +61 8 8302 2376
Other enquiries (via Campus Central):
1300 301 703 or +61 8 8302 0150

Key contacts
Interim Dean and Head of School: Dr Stephen Dobson
Interim Associate Head: Academic/Senior Portfolio Leader: Teaching and Learning: Dr Victoria Whitington
Associate Head: Research/Professor: Dr Robert Hattam

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Sharing Anangu knowledge and inspiration

Sharing Anangu knowledge and inspiration

Two Indigenous women from the state’s most remote region recently traded the classroom at Amata in the APY Lands for a teaching placement at Adelaide’s Scotch College as part of their Anangu education studies with UniSA.

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