Category Archives: PLN

Kung Hei Fat Choy

    Kung Hei Fat Choy! Today marks the start of the Chinese New Year, the year of the Horse! Hope the year brings you good health, happiness and prosperity! It’s wonderful how this time of year coincides with the … Continue reading

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The changing nature of professional development for teachers… and it’s for the better!

On Friday evening, some 279 (or thereabouts) teachers, braved the inclement Sydney weather to attend a Teach Meet. The organisers hoped it would become a world record. In it’s purest form, a teach meet requires little organisation and is designed … Continue reading

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Noli te des bastardes carborundorum

The title of this blog post comes from Margaret Atwood’s novel, The Handmaids Tale. Yes, it is a rather confronting title for a blog post, but there is a story behind how I came to write this post and title … Continue reading

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Dreaming big dreams

I love to dream big dreams. Big dreams about education and the kind of school, the kind of classroom where I think my students would thrive. Imagining the possibilities for teaching and learning is what has prompted me to begin … Continue reading

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