George Couros is Coming to Flinders!

“George is back.. back again” Sing to the tune of “The Real Slim Shady” by Eminem I am very excited about George Couros‘ return to Adelaide in late October, Early November. I’m excited that there will be so many opportunities for us to connect and learn from him again.  After his run away success at the CEGSA […]

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How has social media influenced your professional practice?

This was the question, posed by @AITSL that I have attempted to answer on their teacher feature pages.  I thought I’d share it with you here too so that you can have a watch.  So far it’s had 701 views (!) but, strangely, no one has rated or commented!!  Please feel free to 😉  It […]

Languages Teachers Unite! Teaching Languages in a Global Context.

This post is an experiment. I hope, as a result of this experiment, that two things will happen. A bunch of wonderful Languages teachers from all over the world will connect and swap ideas. We can experiment with the use of Voice thread and Audio Boo to defy Time differences On Friday, I will be […]

The importance of being 'Creative Commons'

I’ve been working with my students at Flinders on the ICT General Capability for ICT this week.  We’ve mostly been focusing on the one organising element of “Applying social and ethical protocols and practices when using ICT“.  We’ve been trying to break down what that means, how that might add or grow the content of […]