Tips for teaching students with a refugee backgroundJune 24, 2021
So many refugee children have missed out on the opportunity to play and be kids, so allowing time for developmental play or structured play helps to teach social skills, problem solving, responsive talk, conflict resolution and role play for debriefs.
Category: Multicultural Education
FilmMarch 20, 2021
As acclaimed historian Henry Reynolds, old friends and I began asking: “Why weren’t we told?”, as it gradually dawned on us that our Cootamundra High School classmates from the Aboriginal Home had been part of the Stolen Generation.
BooksMarch 16, 2021
Migrants is a thought-provoking story that narrates the journey of migration but told without words.
TheatreMarch 10, 2021
Despite many attempts on its life over thousands of years, the performing arts have survived.
Books and videos to look out forDecember 11, 2020
Books and videos to look out for
Category: Women in Education
TheatreDecember 02, 2020
Theatre reviews December 2020
Book reviewsDecember 01, 2020
Book reviews December 2020
Film reviewsDecember 01, 2020
Film reviews December edition 2020
Association spotlight: Dubbo Teachers' AssociationNovember 30, 2020
In 2017, Dubbo held its first Pride march for LGBTIQ people in the area. Our association was privileged to design and commission a flag to march in the parade with teachers dressed in rainbow.
Your say: Teachers should be educating prison inmatesSeptember 29, 2020
The Black Lives Matter movement has exposed the divisions of racism globally.
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