Teaching and living in Sydney
I rely on this white space. It is an external memory of my thoughts, or of what I find thought-provoking or beautiful around me.
This positive space helps me along my teaching/learning journey: look, listen, think, re-think, seek, connect, try, create, transform, act, share, give... Most of the posts are thoughts, practices or resources I've encountered on social media that have resonated with me in some way, and that I plan to use now or in the future. To read my deeper reflections on education, click on the "EDLET REFLECTION" category .
Become a tech-savvy teacher!
ESH360 Society & Environment ~ opening the door to new horizons !
Reflections of an early career teacher
Rooms with a view
21st Century Learning Space
From academic history to historical fiction virtual conference
early career teacher. blogger. photographer. history nerd. bibliophile.
Learning to be a teacher, one day at a time...
Minding other people’s language. A lot.
Showcasing poetry by Australian children's poets
...an educator's blog
Ideas in a mixed up world of tradition and tech.
thoughts about leadership and learning
'If students can't learn the way we teach, we must teach the way they learn' (Tomlinson)
Historian of medicine and charity in modern Britain and beyond
Reflections on Lessons and Activities Successful and Otherwise...
History, technology, and probably some other stuff
Educational, Disconnected Utterances
Learning. Thinking. Wondering.
Passion for the PAST from historians of the FUTURE
Historical thoughts, present concerns, future directions
I am a reader, a teacher, a writer, a thinker, a reviewer, and a dreamer of dreams.
Smarter Charts from Marjorie Martinelli & Kristine Mraz
Celebrating being an educator.
learning and leading
An Assistant Principal in an Australian Primary School
What I Live, What I Love, What I Learn
WRITER & HISTORIAN
Thoughts from a teacher
Reflections of an ICT teacher of the online generation.
A blog about learning
A meeting place for a world of reflective writers.
Reflections on teaching
carlaleeb-altering the view. The opinions expressed here are my own.
Our network builds research capacity and profile in the field of Asian Australian Studies.
The ramblings of a teacher who refuses to stop learning
Celebrating Australian Educators
My thoughts on using technology to engage Vocational and Adult learners
Contemporary issues in education