Epísis, meaning also.

This section of the blog includes posts from the day to day events in an education context, not readily identified in one of the categories in the remainder of Musings menu. The immediate elements that make working in education so rewarding and exciting.This section also includes some of the stories and experiences of my overseas travels, working in foreign education systems.


Reflections from the farm

Persisting through the stresses of a teacher's working life I am visiting my sister and brother-in-law’s farm. 2018 was a ...
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Gonski 2.0? Been there. Done that.

I have a confession. I have been in education for a long time now. I started my teaching journey in ...
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The ‘rediscovery?’ of Learner Agency

Learner agency: Navigating through a complex and uncertain world So reads one of the subheadings of the recent OECD paper, ...
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Hey You! In The Mirror

The Person in the Mirror Understanding Your Educational Philosophy In my work as a teaching and learning consultant, working with ...
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Adding another award to my collection

Well I know that the title is a bit boastful, but I rather like this award, which was for ...
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We have the Award!

2013 Award for Teaching Excellence and Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning It was with much excitement on the evening ...
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Lecturing in Oil and Gas

There are times in a lecturer's life when unique opportunities come our way. Working in the School of Oil and ...
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Australian Education and the role of the Commonwealth Government

As I was re-reading my last post, I recalled using that paper as the foundation for a chapter on the ...
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Curriculum Change in Australia, Reflections on the National Curriculum

I found this paper, I had written in 1999, recently and decided it was worth another airing. The Australian National ...
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Wicked Problems

The Role of Private Sector Governance in the Australian Public Sector Improving society’s well-being, for example through the provision of ...
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