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Swallow Me, NOW!

An Educational Review of

Swallow Me, NOW!

Author Melissa Gijsbers http://melissagijsbers.com/

Publisher Lilly Pilly Publishing http://www.lillypillypublishing.com/

 Swallow Me, NOW! is a book, I wish was published when I taught Year 5 girls. 1,250 more words

Education

The Australian Curriculum And Marxist Underpinnings

The Marxists went after our children a long time ago. They set up shop in the education system knowing very well that controlling the children is controlling the future. 5,332 more words

Culture

ELECTROBOARD Education to launch in 2015

In 2015 teachers across Australia will be able to access our services from our new website. Our services were previously provided via our website www.seeshareshape… 366 more words

Hour of Code 2014

This year I have signed Ocean View College up to participate in the Hour of Code. I have put together this presentation with the support of some University of Adelaide resources. 67 more words

Rachael Bath

Aussie Indo teachers in Bali learning from their colleagues

One of the many nice things about living in Bali, and one of the more underrated, is that there are so many conferences held here that every now and again there is one that is really interesting. 702 more words

Indonesian Teachers

IMS Learning Impact Award Winners Shine on Prowise!

In Melbourne the National Schools Interoperability Program and Education Services Australia hosted the Education and Technology Forum. http://www.nsip.edu.au/education-and-technology-forum-program-%E2%80%93-25-november-2014

The Forum focussed on major areas for Australian jurisdictions identified in the NMC Horizon 2014 K-12 edition, such as learning analytics. 300 more words

Video Conferencing

TER Live #003 - The Arts and Learning, Creating Australia's Future - 24 Nov 2014

EXPLICIT LANGUAGE WARNING

Presented by Sydney ideas and ACERN, this TER Live podcast includes a recording of the forum ‘The Arts & Learning: Creating Australia’s Future’, in which a panel of experts discuss the Arts in Education in response to the review of the Australian Curriculum recommendations to reduce Arts education in schools. 7 more words