Tuesday , September 24 2019


A snappy new way to attract teachers to the bush

Queensland kids hope their own photos of their school will attract teachers to work in rural and remote areas. The Teach Queensland Style campaign is designed to entice more beginning and experienced teachers to break out of the cities and explore the state.

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A school’s journey to embed restorative practices

Since taking on the role of college principal in 2013, Darren Trippett and his leadership team have prioritised the development and implementation of restorative practices across the campuses; to improve student-teacher and student-student relationships, as well as provide a more stable and orderly environment for student learning.

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How #MeToo can guide sex education in schools

Post-#MeToo, teachers who are already engaged in skills-building in the area of consent might explore its nuances. They might delve deeper into sexual harassment and what it looks and feels like. And help shift young people’s understanding that consent is not just about (mainly) girls saying “no”, but also (mainly) boys understanding “yes”.

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