Stitched up?

Child’s quilt designed and made by Lydia Jakovac

Patterning out-of-field teachers using representational and textual tools

Moulding a research paradigm from the ground up

This was a war where not a drop of blood was shed, nor prisoner held, with no victor or vanquished. It has never earnt a mention in standard school history textbooks.

A multi-hued leaf sitting on a wet black slate ground.

A problem shared could be a problem solved: helping your children tackle their mathematical understandings

First step: the education department

Flies on the wall — should we assume we know what’s going on in today’s classrooms? (Image shows flies captured on ‘fly paper’, a staple of residences in country Australia.
An unprompted piece of artwork from one of my students while I was his substitute math teacher (good likeness to me, but off task, has a typo and I definitely wasn’t teaching the class for ‘the pay’).

Margaret Paton

Education writer MTeach|GradDip Comm Mgmt |BA Journalism

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