TER #056 – Roleplay-based Pedagogy with James Witchard – 18 Oct 2015

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Main Feature: As a teaching tool, Roleplay offers a way for students to engage personally and emotionally with learning activities. James Wictahrd has been researching and implementing

Regular Features: Off Campus, Dan Haesler talks about ways to improve Professional learning in schools; Spotlight on Special Education, Tim Connell discusses Positive Behaviour, Intervention and Supports (PBIS); Reports: Corinne talks about her recent visit to the Microsoft Office in Sydney; Cameron provides a snapshot of the recent Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards.

Links and Timecodes:

00:00 – Opening Credits

01:19 – Intro

01:56 – Off Campus with Dan Haesler

10:16 – Microsoft in Education

25:45 – Spotlight on Special Education

36:45 – Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards

50:05 – Feature Introduciton

51:57 – Feature Interview – James Witchard on Roleplay-based Pedagogy

01:19:00 – Feature Discussion

01:32:34 – Announcements

01:36:32 – Quote & Sign Off

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