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Gabby Mead

Lifting spirits

It’s hard to imagine the horror that the Ukrainian people are experiencing. It’s all so far away from our lives here in Australia. The peace

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Northern Territory

  Last month I had the privilege of running some training for indigenous workers in aged care and disability services across the Northern Territory.This extraordinary

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Learning to Walk

My recent knee replacement has given me a whole new perspective on confronting physical constraints. My knee surgery went well but all those actions and

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Engaging the Adolescent Brain

Everyone learns better when they are engaged and feeling positive. During  adolescence  the emotional component of learning is doubly important. Adolescents process information through the

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About Flourishing in Tough Times

  This physically -distancing skirt design  could make a comeback. We are in un-chartered waters now as nations respond variously to locking down  sections of

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The Joshua House

I was privileged to speak to a most courageous and loving group of people last month. These people are parents and foster carers of children

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Be a Detective

It’s been a hectic time with lots of training and learning in Newcastle. I’ve been working with two groups of dedicated educators on the subject

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Lighten up

The use of humour in education has interested me for years. My research on the use of humour to engage students with challenging behaviour validated

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Stories from the Chalkface Podcast - Gift of the Gab - Gabby Mead
Stories from the Chalkface Podcast - Gift of the Gab - Gabby Mead

Episode 0 – An Introduction

In this first series we are exploring the school environment and some of the creative solutions that people have come up with in order to engage students in learning.

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