Identifying and addressing productive and unproductive
student behaviours in South Australian schools
Tuesday 15 - Wednesday 16 July, H2-16, Hawke Building, City West Campus
This summit will raise the profile of children and their rights as students in schools. It will be an innovative, provocative and question-raising forum which will address the pressing issue of student behaviour in schools, a topic at the centre of much public and political debate in Australia as well as globally.
It will be hosted by The School of Education which has a long and respected history educating the dynamic, socially-conscious educators of the future. The school is committed to research that focuses on environmental and social sustainability, social justice, valuing cultural difference, and innovation.
Presented by Ms Megan Mitchell, National Children's Commissioner
Tuesday 15th July, 6 - 8pm
This public lecture will raise the profile of children and their rights as students in schools. The event is part of a National Summit on Behaviour in Australian Schools. The Summit, presented by the School of Education at UniSA, will address the pressing issue of student behaviour in schools, a topic at the centre of much public and political debate in Australia as well as globally. This free public lecture will complement a public conference: Behaviour in Australian Schools: Current trends and possibilities. The summit’s focus on children’s rights as students in schools occurs as the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2014.
Download PDF of Behaviour in Australian Schools National Summit Invitation to register