Monthly Archives: October 2012

You are an 80% bicyclist!

Flipping the classroom is gaining traction across secondary and tertiary education organisations. The following video by Salman Khan, a former hedge fund analyst who has used his talent for social good (!), explains the mechanics and benefits of ‘flipping’ the … Continue reading

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QLD: 16,000 unemployed teachers

BRISBANE, Oct 16 – Queensland’s Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek has said there is an oversupply of teacher graduates, but insists there is no ban on hiring graduates. Next year, 700 teachers and teacher aides will be employed in state schools, … Continue reading

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Finnish education guru Pasi Sahlberg In Conversation

Finnish education guru Pasi Sahlberg In Conversation Much has been made over the past twelve months of Australia’s desire to place higher in the OECD rankings of quality national education systems. This interview features one of Australia’s leading current educational … Continue reading

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