This teaching resource was created with Andy Thomson as part of my role with ChildFund Australia. The resource and other online activities can be downloaded and accessed here.
Lecture delivered as part of a pre-university preparation course for the Learning Centre at the University of New South Wales.
Here’s a guest post I wrote for @doctoralwriting on useful digital technologies for the PhD. A year ago, I started using Scrivener to write my PhD dissertation. I was doing
In this short video, Professor David Perkins asks what is worth learning? How do we educate for the unknown? When 90% of content becomes redundant for most students’ lives after university, how
Lecture delivered as part of a third-year course in Social Policy at University of New South Wales.
Journal Article: Listening to Learn
“Please introduce yourself and tell us something you would like to learn from the workshop/class”…. I understand why we do whole-group introductions. They provide an opportunity for students and teacher
Lecture delivered to 1st year undergraduate students in international development studies.
Learning Tetun, the lingua Franca of Timor-Leste, was the best thing I did on my last research trip. The objective of the trip was to reconnect with the young people
Interview with “Life Matters” presenter Natasha Mitchell on the ChildFund Connect program. Listen here