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Talk and Tek (the way I teach now)

This week I was finishing up my planning for a unit of work in Literature loosely called ‘Views and Values’ and focusing, in this case, on the poetry of… 639 more words

Learning Environments

The Night Before a SAC (For VCE Parents)

With apologies to Clement Clarke Moore

‘Twas the night before a SAC, and all through the house
Not a creature was stirring, except the click of a mouse… 355 more words

Family & Parenting

Converged Infrastructure. Is it the Solution or the Problem?

It’s official, converged infrastructure is the next big thing. Once again, the pace of innovation in the tech industry is driving some CIOs wild with excitement and scaring the bejesus out of others. 405 more words


thoughts on freedom

I finished school as though I was running out of a burning building. Gasping for air, covered in soot and screaming “I CAN’T BELIEVE I ESCAPED” at the top of my lungs, eyes glinting like a lost animal. 334 more words

Teach For Australia – Our Stories – Stepping Up to the Year 12 Challenge

It’s 9pm on a Thursday in March. The Cricket World Cup is occupying my television screen and the images of Australian sixes and English wickets is providing an enjoyable backdrop as I sit down to mark my first set of Year 12 Economics assessments; known amongst my students as Outcomes and to me as SACs. 65 more words


How to get ahead in Chemistry

1. Do all the required work for your course.

This includes the required textbook questions, any weekly quizzes and worksheets or booklets that are provided by your teacher. 529 more words


Living with anxiety

So in my previous post I briefly discussed my experience with anxiety but as it is such a big issue, I’d like to share a little bit more. 723 more words