Monthly Archives: May 2011

Fun or Facts?

Wayne teaches at an inner city public high school. While he is really excited about his new job close to the inner city suburb where he lives and went to university, he’s finding that not all the students share his … Continue reading

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Ed Foundations Comment

I am commenting on Kyle’s post which can be found here. I really enjoyed Kyle’s post and think it gave a clear summary of the problem: that stress, such as the pressure of an upcoming exam or assignment deadline, can … Continue reading

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Ed Founds Comment

I’ve written this post in response to ‘Tracy’s Troubles’ by jennifercolley I haven’t met Jennifer in person but found her post interesting, and am keen to comment from the perspective of the material from Module D of Ed Foundations. I … Continue reading

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Keeping Students Safe and Feeling Safe

The last STS1 lecture of the semester, Early Childhood Trauma Experience and Learning, was a timely reminder that the students we will be teaching have many previous experiences, and not all positive. Some students may have experienced trauma in their lives. The trauma … Continue reading

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