Sunday , January 20 2019

Teaching Resources

Happy holidays! Freedom is nigh!

We've laughed, we've cringed, we've read all your comments and shared all your news and now we want to wish you a fantastic end-of-year celebration. We hope you don't have too much prep work for next year!

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Language in, language out.

Adam Voigt: "What I think I got wrong is that this model is probably far more important for Classroom Practitioners than it is for School Leaders. Allow me to explain why...

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What if Plato was wrong and music education doesn’t matter?

Claims that music boosts intelligence, emotional wellbeing and psychosocial development, have been researched, debated and oft-proven over the decades but Stevens is hesitant to create unreasonable expectations of broad academic success. Instead, he advocates for specific music education pedagogy to be tied to specific evidence-based research.

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Laser tech critical to Brisbane Grammar School

“This shift allows students to ‘think’ in a complex and higher ordered aspect of the creative process. To support such an environment, our facility has been evolving to help support student access for rapid prototyping of design solutions.

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I’m shorry.

Adam Voigt explains the majesty and 'teaching moment' potential of fake apologies. I think the shorry that made me laugh the most was perhaps both the most bizarre... there was a game of Fortnite involved.

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