This is our first episode for 2018. It is great to be back! Welcome to new and old listeners. Leave us a comment, a question or perhaps a sneaky anecdote from your classroom…!
In this episode we cited and discussed the following articles:
‘Welcome to the jungle: the Bali school attracting wealthy Western families’, Tom Vanderbilt, The Age Good Weekend, 3/2/18, viewed 3/2/18
‘Australia’s new children’s laureate Morris Gleitzman hopes to inspire children in dark, uncertain world’, Linda Morris, The Age, 12/2/18, viewed 12/2/18
January 2018 |
Australia, authors, Bali, classroom, environment, Foundation, Gleitzman, green, independent, laureate, Preps, staffroom, teachers, term1 |
Meetings, Assessment, Correction, Term 2 planning, CPR training, Staff social gatherings…oh and a lost voice too.
We think it’s best if you just wait and catch up with us at the beginning of Term 2 – 3rd week of April. Hope you can join us then!
Meanwhile, go back and see what we were talking about this time last year…
This bulletin mentioned an article that is up for discussion and will be pulled apart during next week’s episode. Find the link below.
‘Teacher-student relationships are key to greater wellbeing’, Nikki Davies, EducationHQ Australia, 27/2/17. viewed 21/3/17
In this episode we cited and discussed the following article:
‘Here Are Just Some of the Stunningly Bad Moments From Betsy DeVos’ Confirmation Hearing’, Edwin Rios, Mother Jones, 18/1/17, viewed 19/1/17
February 2017 |
Education, government, graduates, Newspapers, staff, staffroom, startingright, term1, university, USA, yardduty |
In our final episode for Term 1, 2016, we cited and discussed the following blog post:
Are Great Teachers Bad Teachers?‘, Aaron Davis, ReadWriteRespond, blog, 19/2/16, viewed 17/3/16
March 2016 |
assistantprincipals, collaboration, community, Davis, Education, family, fathers, leadership, LSL, parents, PLT, principals, staff, teachers, teams, term1, university |
We’ll be back on Feb 25th!
In our 50th (milestone!) episode we cited and discussed the following articles:
‘School’s in – and Mum ran over my iPad’, Chris Johnston, The Age: National, 31/1/16, viewed 31/1/16
‘Back to School: how to back up your kid’s iPad’, Adam Turner, The Age: Digital Life, 1/2/16, viewed 1/2/16
‘I wish my teacher knew…’: Young students share their ‘heartbreaking’ worries in notes’, Kashmira Ganda, Independent, 17/4/15, viewed 2/2/16
January 2016 |
birds, building, BYOD, BYOT, classroom, iCloud, iPads, moving, relationships, renovations, staff, students, teachers, term1, wetweathertimetables |
In this week’s episode, we cited and discussed the following articles and blog posts:
‘What K-2 teachers want parents to know – Reading levels’, Kelly Pisani, Creating A Learning Environment, 24/2/15, viewed 9/3/15
‘Why technology will never replace teachers’, Steve Wheeler, Learning with ‘e’s – My thoughts about learning technology and all things digital, 6/2/15, viewed 23/2/15
‘BYOT’, Mal Lee, Mal Lee, 5/2/12, viewed 2/3/15
‘Bring Your Own Disaster: Why Most BYOD Deployments In Schools Are Like My Instagram Experience’, Mike Reading, Education Technology Solutions, 27/11/14, viewed 23/2/15
‘Preparing for BYOD In Australian Schools 2014’, Leonie Smith, The Cyber Safety Lady, 9/1/14, viewed 23/2/15