Monthly Archives: May 2012

A week of learning

This week has provided me with countless opportunities to learn. First and foremost, I have been the Naplan ‘go to’ person. For those of you who know me quite well, I’ll allow you a moment to chuckle at this prospect. … Continue reading

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Curiosity, the imagination and creativity. Vale Maurice Sendak

There is much that has been written about curiosity. Fuelling curiosity and nurturing questions from our students builds engagement and I think, really leads to valuing intrinsic motivation for learning. Curiosity is ingrained in our literary heritage.  One of my … Continue reading

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What I thought I knew about schools…

It has been a really long time between blog posts. It hasn’t been for want of trying. I have had so many ideas for blog posts, particularly when I’ve been driving home from work. Perhaps when cars can drive independently … Continue reading

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