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Anna Aug 18
Hello and a huge welcome to the lovely Please introduce yourself and answer what your ‘go to’ book was as a kid.
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Anna Aug 18
All questions are by the wonderful Question 1
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Jackie French Aug 18
Replying to @dothinkeducate
We just need more. More books, more libaries, more acessability, more funding, more teachers to lessen the load, more choice, more diversity, more role models, more passion for giving every kid the right to read and the means to do it & the books they'll love
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Brett Phipps Aug 18
Brett from Texas - happy to be here, just hope I can help the ball club.
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Anna Aug 18
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Kati Aug 11
Q4: Can young people manage their technology use effectively? (Can we as adults in fact?)
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Kati Aug 11
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Matt Zarb Aug 18
Hi all. Matt from the Hills of Perth. My go to book as a kid was the Poky Little Puppy. Favourite part was when the puppies got chocolate custard. No wonder Choc Yogo is my go to when I’m sick!
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ᗰEᒪ ᔕᗰITᕼ Aug 18
Q5: yes! Have been an avid reader since I was 5 and I read anything and everything. Discovering Kindle Unlimited a year ago has just broadened that even more....one year my partner told me to add up my kindle spending. Won’t be doing that again!
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Stage 3 STM Aug 18
Forgot the # 🤦‍♀️
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Steven Kolber Aug 11
Replying to @JoelBSperanza
Personally I pin them to your chest and tar you with there feathers, but that’s just be! :)
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Dr David Roy Aug 18
Q4 Encourage them to think of different, inventive ways to replace the decapitations. Oh and maybe check they were ok! And then encourage them to have greater variety in narrative - maybe introduce them to (suitable)Matthew Reilly books
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Meridith Ebbs Aug 18
A6 more picture books less text books
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Zeina Chalich 💭 Aug 17
Absolutely loved renegade today 💪🏻 Q for you both if I do this and then Coogee to Bondi coastal walk can I miss cardio Monday? 😆😅 ☀️ tweeps how are you moving today? What helps you unpack your headspace? Share with us!
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Brett Salakas Aug 18
As a boy my favourite books were the ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ series
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Steven Kolber Aug 13
‘Human in the Loop’ indeed!
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Steven Kolber Aug 18
Replying to @MM_Teaches
And the profile pic :)
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Sarah Johnson Aug 19
Episode 35 with is ready to inspire you to reinvigorate your passion and trailblaze to your own authentic story! 🎙 🎙 Tagged=mentioned.
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Angie Taylor Aug 19
We have the amazing joining us Tuesday 20 August at 7:30pm AEDT to guest host . He’s discussing the topic ‘Collecting and using formative assessment ‘. Hope to see you there!
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Anna Aug 18
Wow, what an amazing chat. How lucky are we to have such a talented and generous host this evening. Please thank for spending time with us during Book Week.
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