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


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

Get Parents Ready for the New Curriculum

Currency conversion is one type of real-world maths example that parents use with their children. So when a survey asked 1000 parents about the problem above, it was a surprise to learn that more than half of the parents interviewed couldn’t answer the question. 386 more words

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When Maths Tests Are Testing

Pretty much all students hate maths tests. Some aren’t prepared for the questions and others just don’t perform well under pressure. But a particularly frustrated pupil, who belonged to neither category, posted… 262 more words

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The Black Death

Don’t suppose you’re about to do the Australian Curriculum Year 8 Black Death Depth Study are you? Check this out …

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Prowise is customised for Australian educators

Last week the Prowise team came to Australia to ensure that Prowise Presenter will be an efficient tool for Australian educators. As a cloud based software the Prowise team have now established an “ Australia cloud” so that teachers here can be sure that their lessons will be securely stored in Australia. 216 more words

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Yarning Strong: stories about family for young readers

Dr Anita Heiss is the author of non-fiction, historical fiction, commercial women’s fiction, poetry, social commentary and travel articles. She is a regular guest at writers’ festivals and travels internationally performing her work and lecturing on Indigenous literature. 765 more words


Game over - for assumptions of digital fluency.

My IT suite and I had a few of these moments recently…because this has been possibly the most intimidating topic I’ve encountered so far with regard to digital education. 731 more words