___ school is ok except for one thing. When I am at school. I miss Godaliciuos(?) Godie(?) for sure ___ Godie(?) is my unicorn. I really like my teacher. Her name is Mr Pushkin(?). I'm have from
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Rhonda just responding to a couple more of the Phlogs as I couldn't get through to the phone number "the number you have dialed is unavailable - try again later" so thought I would try this way: Learning Outcome 1 – responding to Marg. I also thought the Bakers Delight project seemed to promote a great team effort of teachers and students – all working towards a goal. It would make the teaching & learning process realistic. It is also up-to-date dealing in a current real life situation. Great opportunities. I also thought the focus of Challenger TAFE in WA on sustainability – all three areas environmental, social & economic was important. Often the environmental issues are considered but not always looking at the social and economic. Learning Outcome 2 – responding to Karina – it was good to see that we are not just learning about the new opportunities of using e-learning but that it is being put into action with the student being the focus. Often it is comfortable to teach the way we understand but looking at the current students, we need to provide the opportunities to enhance their learning and make sure they are given the most up-to-date information for starting their careers. Learning Outcome 2 – responding to Chris Green – I think you have a perfect surname Chris to make the focus on "green" living being the way to go. In the building industry it is paramount to keep up with the sustainability issues. I also liked your comments regarding having the weekly meetings to share ideas and support each other. Jenny, Learning Out come 3 – I have previously made a phlog response to this. Richard Learning Outcome 4 – Building relationships with other TAFE, manufactures and local tradesmen. Currency is important and maintaining the relationships is paramount. Building trust relationships. Not just relying on expertise but gaining from others. Jodie E - LO4 – I thought that one innovative idea in Portland has ended up being infectious and creating opportunities also in Hamilton. How important the networks are in being able to provide opportunities for education and opportunities for students to be work ready. Great to hear your story Jodie about what is happening.
Hello, it's Marg Dylan here I'm just ringing to come in on Jodie's Learning at Camfort(?). Jodie I found that really interesting I especially think whenever we work in partnership and work along side with the community to go in the best weekend is something that's really important so good on you for doing that and I hope that I hope that it all goes well.
Hello this is Ms Riley 8:45 Summon(?) Teacher. I want to be sure you're aware of some important deadlines and school policy. High school applications are now past due. If your child has not returned the signed high school application to their guidance counselor please have them do so ASAP. Senior class dues are due by Monday. Please send a money order in with your child for $93 made payable to the IS93 school fund. Your child's name and class should be written on the memo line. As you all should be aware by now for your uniform school. Students are expected to be prepared every day wearing their Academy shirt. All other requirements must be up hang up in the closet at the start of the day. If your child is cold they may wear a long sleeve shirt without a hood under their academy shirt. Nothing will be worn over the academy shirt except the school hoodie which may be purchased at any time.
by Super-Duper Woo-Fighting Duo (with capes!)
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Tags: woo, quack, quacks
Hello and welcome to episode 5 of Super-Duper Woo-Fighting Duo (with capes!) This week's episode diverts away from Jim's book. It shall, however, return next week! We sort through other quack-y, woo-ey things including leaflets we've found. We also have a guest report by Jo Brodie! Enjoy!