My roles at the School of Education are as follows:
Senior Administrator: Professional Experience Placements B.Teach Years 1-3
Website maintenance for School of Education web pages.
I have been working in Education since 1979: starting as a classroom teacher in South Australian government schools, then working in curriculum design and development and quality and compliance as well as teaching in the higher education and vocational education sectors and now working with Initial Teacher Education students at the University of Adelaide. The current focus of my teaching is the professional practice of teachers, pedagogy and planning and assessing learning.
My focus is on teaching in the School of Computer Science in distributed systems and software engineering. I participate and supervise student and research software projects for in research and development.
Phoebe is a provisional candidate in the Doctor of Philosophy, supervised by Associate Professor Amanda LeCouteur and Dr Rebecca Feo. Phoebe's research interests are men's health and health related communications, help-seeking behaviours and health service utilisation.
My current research focus is the genetics and physiology of heat tolerance in wheat. I also have expertise in cereal tolerance to other abiotic stresses and resistance to viral and fungal diseases.
Patrick completed his Undergraduate degree in Chemistry at the University of Adelaide in 2014. In 2016 he completed his Masters of Philosophy in Chemistry with a Dean's Commendation for research on N-heterocyclic carbenes in metal-organic frameworks under the supervision of Prof. Christopher Sumby. Patrick is currently a PhD candidate with Prof. Andrew Abell, working on combining fluorescent nitrogen-vacancy nanodiamonds with fluorescent sensors for biologically relevant species.