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Matt Zarb 40s
Hi all. Less than 30 mins till we start Tonight we are chatting all things Interdisciplinary learning and teaching. Some of you may have even seen a sneak peak of some of the tweets cause I forgot how to use Twitter and a calendar!
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Matt Zarb 9h
One of the things I’ve learned about Interdisciplinary teaching and learning is that collaboration is key. Seems obvious. Let’s talk more tonight. 8.30pm AEDT or 5.30pm in the west.
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Matt Zarb Nov 25
This week’s we are exploring interdisciplinary learning. I’ll lead the chat. You bring the learning. We can work it out together! 8.30pm Sunday AEDT. 5.30pm in Perth. And parts of Asia.
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Matt Zarb Nov 26
Welcome to Friday! Gateway to the weekend. Time to kick back and relax. And on Sunday PM, let’s work together to explore interdisciplinary learning. And how we might make it work in ways that improve student learning.
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Loretta Wholley Nov 22
As a principal I wish my staff knew that I don’t make up stuff to make their lives more difficult- life is actually getting more complicated - I do try to shield them & students from lots, even though it may not seem like it.
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Loretta Wholley Nov 22
Giving it my best shot, being passionate about issues and willing to stand up and fight for them.
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Maree Whiteley🌏👫 Nov 25
Best part of my job, finding interesting venues for ‘Place-based (Professional) Learning for teachers to ‘experience’ learning🌏👫
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Matt Zarb Nov 27
Prepping for tomorrow night’s chat on Interdisciplinary Learning. Hoping we might share some resources that work for us!
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Matt Zarb 2h
Ready to go in a little under 2 hours!
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Trevor MacKenzie Nov 23
Each week I'm sharing an sketchnote for you to use! Download them for free at This week: Empowered Inquiry Spaces.
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Loretta Wholley Nov 22
With Great Educators because they Inspire ME!
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Jen Faulconbridge Nov 20
I am one proud teacher and colleague today! Our team is through to nationals! Mountso Makers showed gracious professionalism and amazing teamwork today! lots of work ahead for us in the next two weeks!
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Jen Faulconbridge Nov 22
I like connecting online with clever humans because there is always more to learn and I like my horizons broadened.
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Dr Michael Harvey:Exiled for the good of the realm Nov 22
My teaching strength is __________, it helps me to ____________ My Dad jokes, relieve stress for me and the kids
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Angie Taylor (She, her) Nov 19
Exploring key drivers for leaders of an improvement journey?
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Zeina Chalich 💬 Nov 23
Absolutely loved chatting to and Phil about life, learning, people and purpose! 🎧 keen to hear how you captured it all! Thanks for having me ☺️
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Eva Hartell 48m
Happy birthday my dear friend. 🎂💐💐🎶❄️❄️ Frost and some snowflakes on my veranda this morning.
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Matt Zarb Nov 22
I want to be remembered as a teacher who cared. Who made their days a little brighter and had a bit of fun along the way. Thats all.
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Chloe Nov 22
I love connecting online with other awesome educators (especially ) because they’re all so collaborative & helpful, sharing fantastic ideas & supporting one another in this crazy world we call SCHOOL!
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Dr Stephanie Smith Nov 22
Hands down Collaborations
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