I was very lucky to attend a great talk this week on the 8 ways of aboriginal pedagogy.
Who says all the learning at school has to happen inside? This incredible learning scape at Iona Presentation College Junior School extends the learning for its students, while also providing fun and exercise.
As we enter another month of working from home, what might this situation teach the next generation of architects?
Another great benefit of working from home is all the free online talks happening around the country. These are some that I have found.
Last week I visited the multi-award-winning Adelaide Botanic High School, and it did not disappoint.
Last week LEAQ debated the viability and future of vertical schooling. It taught me a few new things and challenged my opinions on what I thought I knew.
In May this year I attended my thirteenth LEA Conference in Perth, which I also helped organise. I may be slightly biased, but I thought it was fantastic. It is great to see so many passionate people trying to create better learning experiences for our future generations, and it was lovely to get all these... Continue Reading →