The question to ask then is what is represented online by a school’s unique culture and ethos, through its main website, classroom microsites, social media pages, multimedia documents and other digital assets?
An exploration of how school leadership benefits from a distributed sense of storytelling which brings together public relations and professional development.
Preamble Early evening, 23rd May 2017. The Victoria University’s Metro Centre on Nicholson Street in Footscray and the Mitchell Institute is hosting an address by Professor Yong Zhao, who the Institute has appointed a Professorial Fellow for his work focusing on the implications of globalisation and technology in education. The topic is “In an era…
The Drama Victoria website holds a substantial list of nearly 200 HELPFUL LINKS. They explore the value of arts and drama education from a number of sources: academic research, arts & education blogs, theatre links and key education issues that impact how drama is currently viewed within the Australian and Victorian curricula.
The ‘battle’ to give every child an arts education for those of us who have been working in drama education since the 1970s and 80s has meant joining with colleagues to advocate for resources, funding and formal recognition of drama and other performing and visual art forms. The need to act as advocates for the value of arts and drama education, however, has not subsided.
PwC’s reason for creating 21st Century Minds is to help Australia remain competitive in the global marketplace. The company Australian businesses need to ensure they’re creating the high-value products and services of the future to ensure that Australia has a reputation as an innovative place to work and live… PwC’s role is to help to build the pipeline of innovators and problem solvers Australia needs to become an innovation nation.
The welcome we give to parents is a vital part of making them partners in our schools. What’s your personal experience of how well we do this?
Could more creativity and imagination be used to make our kids resilient in dealing with cyber safety?
How do you manage the overwhelming amount of online information and resources for the best impact educationally?
A picture is worth a thousand words. An interface is worth a thousand pictures. Content strategist, Kristina Halvorson.
What’s your understanding of ‘high’ and ‘low order’ thinking?