Category: Education

Luka Lesson & The Red Room Company

“I’ll close my eyes and admire the quality of the silence I’ll write rhymes in my mind honestly and define them Solidly redefine and memorise […] 

I Voted!

There have been many posts about our school’s nurturing democracy program over the last few years at my blog, including this one about our plan to […] 

Living Books

The Wollongong Living Books program brings to the community a collection of human ‘books’ that represent a diverse range of backgrounds and life experiences. Our students have […] 

The Road to Serfdom & Capital in the 21st Century

Hugh Mackay, in a recent article about the 2014 federal budget,  asks Australians to consider: is this the Australia we really want to be? To answer […] 

Exchange: Seowon High School in Korea

Our exchange to Seowon High School, our sister school in The Republic of Korea, has been an absolutely superb, exciting and positive experience for the […] 

Democracy at school

Does your school hold authentically democratic elections? The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is conducting our school elections for the first time in 2014 as our […] 

Personalising learning, Big History and the Genographic Project

I am hoping to teach Big History as a NSW Board of Studies Endorsed Course to Year 10 and Year 11 in 2015 at our school. […] 

Advocacy, My Daughter, Morris Gleitzman & Jackie French

The School Library Association of NSW invited me to speak about advocacy at their recent conference at the State Library of NSW. I was asked to […] 

Who Am I? (The Genographic Project)

“The greatest history book ever written is the one hidden in our DNA.”                      Dr. Spencer […] 

Assessment for learning

“The teacher’s job is not to transmit knowledge, nor to facilitate learning. It is to engineer effective learning environments for the students. The key features […] 

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