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Kimberley Harris Oct 11
We're nearly at the end of our Scratch game projects. I've been so proud of the collaboration of the students and how they've pushed themselves to add extra layers and details to their games.
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 11
There’s so much variety in this job.
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 11
The amazing power of quality and collaboration!
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 11
Bespoke prep for our staff speakers with ready for
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BSN HR Department Oct 11
Are you a payroll professional looking to join a non-profit organisation driven towards achieving the best outcomes for students? Well, here’s your opportunity!
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 11
What a fantastic achievement!
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Miss Meyne Oct 10
I wrote a blog about my lovely friend and colleague Harry. Have a read through the link below.
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 10
Digital processes helping us to understand social trends.
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 10
That’s how supernova’s work! Time to tag a physics teacher
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 10
The collaboration, listening and problem solving today was amazing.
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 9
What great timing with this week. A perfect example of a woman in edtech worth celebrating!
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 9
I totally second that. And a great navigator. No end to your talents Sky!
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 9
This fantastic course will be a great opportunity for colleagues aiming to work or working in
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 9
you are amazing. 😀 Seeing your make-up free rehearsal face is so inspiring. Thank you for being so real and so talented. One of the best celebrities ever on
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 9
I am such a fan! Backfire moment. I see an ethics of pranks lesson coming. 😂
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Jill Berry Oct 9
. "says 'women are trained not to promote their own agendas but instead, to focus on the needs of others', & it’s these behaviours, shaped by stereotypes at a young age, that influence the ‘female’ approach to job applications & salary negotiations."
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 9
A sad but unsurprising analysis
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BSN Diamanthorst Oct 9
The extended focus today is the Key areas include curriculum fine tuning and responses to our own feedback.
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 8
All thanks to with some help from and my other great study buddies.
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Liz Jones FCCT Oct 8
What a fantastic unique story!
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