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Mark Liddell
Learning leader | coaching | maths | learning environments | M.Ed Leadership student
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Mark Liddell Aug 14
Could professional collaboration benefit from a collaboration agreement where staff develop a plan for why, how and when they will collaborate? Involves a large time investment which has a great return
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SydneyEd&SW Aug 12
Congratulations to Education graduate , who was recently awarded the prestigious Australian College of Educators 'Dr Paul Brock Medal' for his outstanding contribution to New South Wales education and for being a ‘point of light’ for the teaching profession.
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Mark Liddell Aug 13
Through more robust dialogue and debate, I argue that educational administration and leadership would benefit not in building the careers of the next guru, but in advancing knowledge claims via
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Mark Liddell Aug 13
Please welcome to twitter. Both a fantastic maths teacher and football coach!
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Mark Liddell Aug 12
Replying to @johnqgoh @PDTaylor73
Can't wait
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Mark Liddell Aug 12
Replying to @CRLI_Usyd @tezzabyers
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Mark Liddell Aug 12
Replying to @HostBrian
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Mark Liddell Aug 12
Hi Brian, this guide explores the importance of collaborative professional learning as well as the role of the school leader in supporting a collaborative learning culture
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Mark Liddell Aug 10
Three Ways to Transform Ed-Tech Professional Development - By Involving Students
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Mark Liddell Aug 9
What is the Galton Board and how does it help us?
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Mark Liddell Aug 9
Replying to @markliddell
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Mark Liddell Aug 9
Not all changes result in improvements. Is there a way that we increase the likelihood of a change leading to improvement?
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Mark Liddell Aug 9
Why not start the day with a wonderful insult from Shakespeare? You bootless, dread-bolted, canker-blossom!
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Mark Liddell Aug 8
I recognised early on that to do the role well you needed to work hard on relationships and communication
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Mark Liddell Aug 8
Inexperience and risky behaviour such as speeding or drink and drug driving are among the reasons why road deaths tend to strike in the prime of life
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Mark Liddell Aug 8
Replying to @Nichem28
Strongly agree
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Mark Liddell Aug 7
Whether assimilating to a country or adapting to a new school, people typically seek to fit in culturally with their social groups. Why are some people more successful than others at cultural adjustment?
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Mark Liddell Aug 7
Someone placed a collection of signs around our staff room. What do you think?
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Mark Liddell Aug 7
Replying to @teachingyoungo1
That sounds great
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