Early Childhood Advisor, Catholic Education SA
Upside down Curator.
Tina has specialised in early childhood, special education and educational leadership for more than 30 years.
Recently, Tina was one of two Catalysts for the Carla Rinaldi Re-Imagining Childhood, Thinker in Residence Program. Her interest in the Reggio Emilia Educational Approach spans over 15 years and is important to her because it offers a systemic and ecological approach to learning for all in a way that holds learning and wellbeing in close relationship and is a lived example of holistic education.If we believe that all children are intelligent, unpredictable and different from each other in the ways they learn and think, then we must create conditions for learning that
facilitate children’s different ways of being and their different powers of thinking and creativity.
- Lynne Symons - Principal, Mark Oliphant College, Birth – 12, SA
- Professor Martin Westwell - Strategic Professor in the Scienc e of Learning, Flinders University, SA
- Peter Moeck - Director of Peter Moeck Architect
- Dani Martin - Associate Director of EIW Architects, WA
- Felicity Lewis - Architect
- Dr Ben Cleveland - Research Fellow in the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne
- Pam Ronan - Principal, St Francis de Sales College, Mt Barker, SA
- Tina Adamo - Early Childhood Advisor, Catholic Education SA
- Susan Krieg - Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Early Childhood, School of Education, Flinders University, SA
- Dr Julia Atkin - Education and Learning Consultant, Learning by Design, Harden, NSW
- Ana Sala-Oviedo and Emma Marshall - Educational Planners with New Learning Environments / Rubida Research
- Jan Millikan - Educational Consultant
- John Held - Director, Russell & Yelland Architects, Adelaide
- Lisa Burman - Pedagogical Consultant
- Jodie Higgins, Kerri Gould and Paul Johnson - Galilee Catholic School