Category Archives: Professional Learning

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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My first week as Curriculum Coordinator… or reflecting on what it’s like to be new… all over again!

As I sit back and think about which experiences or reflections I wish to share in this blog post, I am reminded by the humility that comes with being new. You would think that by now, I would be used … Continue reading

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The Big Picture…

A week or so ago, I wrote a blog post titled ‘Anticipation’ where I expressed my feelings about my new role in a new school. The working week is only two days young and I thought that it would be … Continue reading

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Programming

Last Friday was the first of three days of programming for my department. There are two more days – Monday and Tuesday. It’s quite the challenge to set the schedule a year in advance, particularly when it’s your vision and … Continue reading

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