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Brett Salakas 17h
I loved my Commodre 64 as a boy - How Good was Summer Olympics
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Dr David Zyngier 2h
Andrew Wallace MP for Fisher announces $ millions of new capital education funding - for Christian schools in his electorate.
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Laura Bain 17h
A6: Being a female leading the activity has also helped to encourage girls to come along and play each week.
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Brett Salakas 17h
We know that being connected to others is very human. Expanding opportunities for students to connect socially with others who share their passions has to be a win for their health and well-being
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Laura Bain 17h
A2: It’s about student engagement to me. Some students don’t feel like they have anything to be part of at school. Tapping into and offering something of interest to students helps them to meet likeminded peers and feel like they are part of something.
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Laura Bain 17h
A6: I have had the pleasure of being in a school competition that has entries from girls schools, which has really helped some of the boys on my teams think differently (especially when they are beaten 🤯).
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Laura Bain 17h
A5: The games we have been favouring require teamwork and do not contain graphic violence. The highest rating we play in the senior competition is M. Games such as , and some friendly console titles are good options.
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Zeina Chalich 💭 17h
A3 is more than just gaming, there are awesome opportunities for Ss to develop other 21st century skills that will set Ss up for future success + meet learning outcomes across KLAs. Check the MS and HS curriculum mapping from
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Zeina Chalich 💭 17h
A2 Benefits of 🕹collaboration, communication, compromise, conflict management, positive social behaviour/interactions, strategic thinking/planning, managing wins/losses, time management, inclusion, entrepreneural thinking + pursuing passions?
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Laura Bain 17h
Q6: Professional Esports competitors are predominantly male; however, nearly half of all video game players today are women. How might schools help to boost female representation in Esports?
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Brett Salakas 17h
I think a deeper question here is ‘Is all screen time the same?’ How might we maximise the benefits of digital devices while mitigating the negatives of screen time?
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Jax Garrett 17h
If any schools are interested, will provide training in; - Online footprint/ personal image online/ personal branding - how to get signed in esports - what to expect as an esports athlete - training guides - build and grow an audience More
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Zeina Chalich 💭 17h
A huge thank you for joining in the "esports in Education" chat tonight especially to our leaders and two of the very best in the world 💥 Interested in School in 2020? Register your details here🎮🏆🕹⚡️ 👉🏻
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Dr David Zyngier Oct 13
It's time to ask each politician why they don't trust the public education system to educate their own children. From Ministers of Education to Prime Ministers to Backbenchers federal & state. Lead by example.
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Matthew Driscoll 17h
I try to create nice, clean Home Pages on . I've found is a fantastic and intuitive platform to help w/ this. What do you think of these? Each design links to a Module in the course!
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Brett Salakas 17h
In Ames Holden’s year 6 class a young Brett Salakas would’ve done anything for a turn of Where in The World is Carmen SanDiego?
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Shawn Taggart 17h
A: Look at the industry around it. I created this for our school and it has allowed us to build eSport as an academic subject.
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Brett Salakas 17h
As a primary educator the biggest hurdle for me is the age appropriateness of ‘some’ of the more common eSports.
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Dr David Zyngier Oct 14
Our hearts bleed for the privileged elite. Parents freely choose to fore go the free public system. Let them pay for that choice.
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Lead Her Higher 17h
"While we may be individually strong, we are collectively powerful." -Rakhi Voria, Microsoft Tag a friend who might like to follow this powerful group of individuals.
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