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Rhiannon Hall
supports , English teacher in Western Sydney, human rights activist, feminist. loves to read. loves to write poetry. Host of
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Rhiannon Hall Jun 14
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Rhiannon Hall Jun 8
Books I’ve Read – The Incredible Here and Now
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Rhiannon Hall Jun 1
An interesting New Yorker podcast episode
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Rhiannon Hall May 18
[Big Ideas - Separate stories podcast] Class Act part one: Where we sit? via
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Rhiannon Hall May 6
Replying to @slamup
One of my students came to school a while ago so excited because you had liked a picture she'd posted on insta of her reading the hate race :)
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Rhiannon Hall May 4
I'm excited for women, colour and Western Sydney
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Rhiannon Hall Apr 18
Award-winning author sits NAPLAN writing test. How does she go? — EducationHQ Australia
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Chrissy Williams Apr 4
You “found everything gone, replaced with sand” from ’s first collection Assembly Lines (published by ).
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Chrissy Williams Apr 18
Replying to @PennedintheM
Here is a little poem from Amaan Hyder’s At Hajj (published by ).
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Rhiannon Hall Apr 18
Interesting! I do create flipped lessons, but only for my seniors because there is so much content to get through in senior years. I don't insist that all students watch all of the lessons, and some of the students request particular lessons to support what we are doing in class.
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Melanie Ralph Apr 18
Is Flipped Learning looking at education the wrong way? My new article on takes a deeper look at
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Rhiannon Hall Apr 18
Replying to @EmilyBennettAU
Thanks again for promoting young writers in the Southern Highlands (and sorry for my delayed reply... I'm so Twitter slack). :-)
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Rhiannon Hall Apr 16
Seven reasons people no longer want to be teachers via
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Rhiannon Hall Apr 16
My cultural tastes are most similar to a middle class woman, aged 40-59, with a postgraduate education. How do yours compare? via
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Rhiannon Hall Apr 16
Yes, “The Handmaid’s Tale” Is Feminist
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Rhiannon Hall Apr 15
The Play - an amazing poem by deaf poets / students
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The Edvocate Apr 6
How to help high school students find a career
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Rhiannon Hall Apr 2
[Big Ideas - Separate stories podcast] A land without borders via
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Rhiannon Hall Apr 1
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