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Gabby Mead

Get rid of this kid!

Get rid of this kid!   Students with violent and unpredictable behaviour in our public education system can tax the resources of the most accomplished

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Chris Sarra

  In NAIDOC week we can celebrate some of our nation’s impressive indigenous academics. Dr Chris Sarra  is inspiring with his message to educators to maintain high

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Communication skills for teachers

The young teacher, inexperienced and wanting to be liked by her students, has difficulty setting boundaries and engaging her pupils in the curriculum. Effective teacher

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Children with Disabilities

  This morning on ABC Radio National Stephanie Gotlib, CEO of Children with Disability Australia, spoke about the alarming number of students in NSW (something

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Where’s Gabby in 2015?

Working with the staff at Belmont High School as we explore behaviour management in the context of student engagement. 2014 was a fantastic year and

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Do you know who you are teaching?

Recently I was reminded of four excellent reasons to differentiate curriculum and connect with students: Charles Darwin (1809-1882) was believed to be learning disabled. Albert

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Teachers talk too much

The school holidays are a great time for relaxation and reflection. Do you talk too much? Check out this piece as a little holiday reading.

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The West

  As I head back towards Newcastle its time to reflect on the time spent in Lightning Ridge, Goodooga and Walgett. The teachers and support

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Heading Back East

There was some reluctance heading over The Great Dividing Range last week. I’d spent two weeks consulting with teachers, parents and students in Walgett, Lightning

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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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