TER #066 – Gifted & Talented Students with Shirley Koch – 20 March 2016

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Main Feature: Shirley Koch talks about strategies for identifying and teaching gifted students, and about the particular needs ot gifted student sin an education system.

Regular Features: Cameron and Corinne discuss technology in education and the recent cuts to the Safe Schools program; Donelle Batty reports on recent proposed changes to the Tasmanian school system.

Timecodes:

00.00 – Opening Credits
01:19 – Intro – ICTENSW Conference
10:39 – Safe Schools Review
35:12 – Donelle Batty on Tasmanian Schools
38:38 – Feature Introduction
40:20 – Interview – Shirley Kock
1:12:02 – Discussion
1:34:07 – Quote & Sign Off

TER #065 – The Safe Schools Program with Sally Richardson – 06 Mar 2016

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Main feature: With the Safe Schools Program receiving a lot of attention and criticism, we spoke to Sally Richardson, National Program Director for the Safe Schools Coalition to get a better understanding of what the program involves and how it operates in Australian schools.

Regular features: Off Campus, Dan Haesler outlines some key principles to maintaining balance; Cameron and Corinne discuss news about a recent education funding deal; Cameron and Corinne discuss issues relating to LGBTIQ youth in schools.

Links and Timecodes:

00.00 – Opening Credits
01:19 – Intro
10:22 – Off Campus with Dan Haesler
21:30 – Australian School Funding
37:19 – LGBTIQ students in schools
55:30 – Feature Introduction
58:11 – Interview – Sally Rishardson, Safe School Coalition
1:17:45 – Discussion
1:26:52 – Announcements
1:33:01 – Quote and Sign Off

TER #045 – Understanding Growth Mindset with James Anderson – 19 April 2015

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Time codes & links:

00:00 – Opening Credits

01:19 – Intro

05:55 – Spotlight on Special Education

15:15 – ELLA with Matt Esterman

23:52 – Teachers’ Brains Trust

30:00 – Feature Introduction

34:19 – Interview with James Anderson

01:08:17 – Feature Discussion w/ Charlotte Pezaro

01:39:05 – Announcements and Sign Off

TER #040 – Behaviour Management with Paul Dix – 25 Jan 2015

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Main Features: Paul Dix from Pivotal Education in the UK talks with Cameron about Behaviour Management in Schools. Corinne speaks with Annabel Astbury about ABC Splash.

Regular Features: Education in the News, Cameron and Corinne talk education and politics.

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TER #028 – Student Wellbeing at School – 27 July 2014

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Main Feature: Dr. Michael Carr-Greg talks about some of the mental health issues facing young people today, and the role that technology can play in help address those issues. Professor Ian Shochet, professor of clinical psychology at Queensland University of Technology, discusses in detail his research into school connectedness and its impact on mental health for adolescents.

Regular Features: Education in the News; Off Campus with Dan Haesler, Dan talks about what we lose when everyone wins; AITSL’s Teacher feature, Teachers talk about their reasons for joining the profession; Mystery Educator competition, a new puzzle!; Teachers’ Brains Trust, Simon Crook talks about the ‘lighter side of educational technology’ from Edutech 2014.

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