Monthly Archives: January 2015

Every ‘lone nut’ needs someone like me.

When I first read this week’s #YourEdustory topic; “What is the best thing you do in your school?” I felt very uncomfortable about answering. I’m not sure if it is a teacher thing, an Australian thing or a me thing; … Continue reading

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Principals I have known

The Week 3 #YourEdustory question is ‘How are you, or is your approach, different than your favorite teacher?’ I have really struggled to answer this question. Upon reflection, it wasn’t because I didn’t have favourite teachers, rather that it wasn’t relating to me at … Continue reading

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Understanding

This week’s #YourEdustory topis is ‘How will you make the world a better place?’ I am always very challenged by questions such as this …. making the world a better place is a big ask? However I can contribute to … Continue reading

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One word ….

The first weekly challenge for Share#YourEdustory is to come up with one word for 2015 that will inspire my work. I initially thought this was going to be really difficulty, however it was surprisingly easy. Reflecting on why I joined … Continue reading

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#Your (my) Edustory

Whilst on holidays last week, I came across tweets from two educators I respect and admire @ccoffa and @hbailie about a new global blogging challenge, Share#youredustory A weekly blog post focused on sharing our work as educators. I own a blog, … Continue reading

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