Ms Stephanie Eglinton-Warner
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. In addition to the research associated with my HDR study, I am currently collaborating on with a number of colleagues on projects related to teaching practices for inclusion learning, curriculum design using a whole fo program approach, application of research skills in business education and business practice. Education is my passion. Ensuring learners are active partners in creating collaborative, challenging, active, inclusive and enriching learning opportunities is central to my philosophy.
Working towards PhD (currently enrolled in MPhil)
Research topic - Organisational purpose and its expression in policy in selected Australian universities.
- What is the nature of the relationship between purpose and policy in organisations?
- How is this relationship manifested in selected Australian universities and the experience of individuals working within those institutions?
Other research interests include:
- curriculum development and design
- teaching practices for inclusive learning
- the work of teachers
|2016||Lecturer||University of Adelaide|
2016 to present teaching areas:
- Initial Teacher Education
- Curriculum design
- Assessment and planning for learning
- Professional preparation for teaching
|2016||Member||Australian Association for Research in Education||Australia|
|2014||Member||Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA)||Australia|
|Date||Role||Board name||Institution name||Country|
|2014 - 2015||Board Member||Workers Education Association (WEA) SA||Australia|
|2013 - 2016||Board Member||Graham F Smith Peace Foundation|