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peter mahony
Education & Digital Learning Manager maasmuseum. Interested Project Based Learning partnerships between schools and museums? Me too. All my own opinions here.
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James Bologna May 12
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Joachim Cohen May 13
Supreme to see Telepresence robots in Schools, making a difference to the lives of students with serious illnesses who would otherwise be missing the social, emotional & educational connections of school! Another reason why is awesome!
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Mr Cai May 15
3 Chess are having a fantastic time in Science! To learn more about life cycles, we planted dwarf pea seeds. We can't wait to see them sprout! 🌱💧☀️
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Ethel Villafranca May 16
I had the opportunity to share initial findings from my to several groups of people through workshops and talks in the . Twas both humbling enlightening experience! Helped me think more clearly about my research.
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MGSE May 15
Have you seen our new Growroom? Level 2 foyer, Kwong Lee Dow Building, the Growroom brings a breath of fresh air with herbs and greenery. Stay tuned to find out when the herbs will be ready for picking! Thank you sponsors, our MGSE student helpers and staff and !
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peter mahony May 17
"When teachers, students and architects collaborate, our environments begin to reflect the values and priorities of those who occupy the space."
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Melissa Silk May 11
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peter mahony May 5
"You're voice is magic, but know when it's your turn to speak." Discussion topic at today's incredible (if slightly overwhelming) zine faire..
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ASMS Professional Learning May 2
This is so true. Lots of innovative learning environment exist in schools with traditional teaching pedagogies and wonder why the innovative learning environment doesn't work. Maybe it is the traditional teaching approaches that don't work?
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Tyson Spraul May 2
Some fun and simple ideas in this thread to introduce new Scratchers to the power of different blocks.
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peter mahony May 1
"When I look at this picture I see.. people who have blocked coal ships in the largest coal port in the world with traditional canoes. I see warriors." The totally awesome Joseph Zane Sikulu "We are not drowning. We are fighting."
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peter mahony May 1
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peter mahony May 1
Inspiring presentations by Bill McKibbon and others for tonight at Sydney Town Hall "We need everybody doing this...."
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Futures Learning Apr 26
At Transitions18 you'll learn about: - Open-plan Learning Environments and Teachers' Digital Technology use - How might design enable practitioners transitioning from traditional classrooms to ILEs? .... and so much more. 1st June 2018 at
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Charlie Deck Apr 23
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LIBEReurope Apr 24
Work more openly. Take ownership of your expertise. Have your own research question in projects. Lessons from the first in-person meeting of LIBER's and Digital Cultural Heritage working group at . Read more:
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LEAustralasia Apr 22
The Victorian Chapter is calling young under the age of 35 to apply for the Sydney Conference Scholarship - packaged around $3,150! The successful applicant will travel to Sydney for the from May 27-30. Applications close May 1st!
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Alice Leung Apr 22
Will be adapting these activities for my new classes and also combining them with some formative assessment so I know where they are up to without giving them a test when I first meet them
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Cameron Apr 20
Everyone contributes to being a citizen of the community. Because each person brings their own knowledge, thoughts, and ideas, there will never be a neutral, ritual meeting. If we give value to the other identities we meet with, it is impossible to remain unchanged.
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Matt Tierney Apr 20
Yesterday, as I told my comp class about style and audience and the need to write what one cares about for a reader who wants to understand, one student said the most important thing I've ever heard: "I've never had an audience in my life. My audience is a rubric."
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