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Greg Miller
An education leader committed to reimagining learning. Founding Principal
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Greg Miller Oct 26
At the very time HSC questions are being asked, I share this...
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Greg Miller Oct 25
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Greg Miller Oct 25
Time to get your application together.
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Greg Miller Oct 25
One point of difference ’s
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Greg Miller Oct 22
One more sleep...
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Greg Miller Oct 21
I met with Arjun today and enjoyed learning more about his jet boat. I cannot wait to see the next iteration of this pro-type.
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Greg Miller Oct 21
It is always and enjoyable experience reading to our 3 & 4 years olds
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Greg Miller Oct 21
An explainer of a the beginnings of a Stage 2 inquiry unit ...
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Greg Miller Oct 21
There are 2 more sleeps for those who have a passion for catering for diverse learning needs of students to forward applications to then join n an innovative learning community.
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Greg Miller Oct 20
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Greg Miller Oct 17
Too true
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Greg Miller Oct 16
Great article! HSC cohorts which collaborate WITH each other & not COMPETE against each other maximise results. However,after everything 2020 has thrown at them has education enabled students to really know who they are&what they can do so they thrive in a rapidly changing world.
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Greg Miller Oct 12
When inquiring about a deep problem or challenge in schools, and then designing solutions in response to that, "Be a truth seeker not necessarily a truth claimer" via Growing Great Leaders course.
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Greg Miller Oct 10
As our 2020 HSC cohort begin exams, I simply ponder...
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Greg Miller Oct 8
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Greg Miller Oct 5
Replying to @tanya_plibersek
And, that lifetime of debt acquired through old paradigm degrees may not even lead to the jobs required to pay it off... because more & more I keep reading & hearing seeing that skills & capabilities, more than formal degrees will shape the future of work.
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Greg Miller Oct 5
Replying to @ZeinaChalich
Brilliant!
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Andreas Schleicher Sep 29
In high-performing systems, more schools organise teacher mentoring on their own initiative 👩‍🏫👨‍🏫 This kind of mentoring is less prevalent in socio-economically disadvantaged schools More in volume V 👉
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Greg Miller Sep 28
Experienced teachers who wish to create the future are welcome to apply.
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