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Looking for an easy way to start working globally? Join us at the Writers' Club!

Started Jul 27, 2013 0 Replies

Once again, the Writers' Club is looking for passionate writers in schools around the world to join the Writers' Club. Here are 100 reasons to join - if you're interested, reply to this discussion or…Continue

Freshly Pressed

Started Feb 16, 2013 0 Replies

Crusoe College is the sixth school that I have been employed at as a teacher. Every school is different, with its own strengths and weaknesses, characteristics and foibles. It’s been just under three…Continue

Namaste!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ruchita Parat Feb 10, 2013. 1 Reply

I'm back!India is an incredible place to travel to. Several years ago, my wife and I spent a month travelling through the well-beaten path of Delhi, Agra and Rajasthan. The Mughal architecture is…Continue

Proposal for Learning 2.0 session: "Authentic Global Collaboration Through Writing"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Close Aug 24, 2012. 1 Reply

Your Name and Title: Robert SbagliaSchool, Library, or Organization Name: Maryborough Education CentreCo-Presenter Name(s): Simone UrenCountry from Which You Will Present: AustraliaLanguage in Which…Continue

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Castlemaine North Primary School
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Rob Sbaglia's Blog

Six Months in a Leaky Boat

Posted on June 12, 2012 at 9:59pm 0 Comments

I'm embarrassed sometimes by the attitude some Australians have to our neighbours, New Zealand. Frankly, I'm a bit of a fan of the kiwis. They've given the world plenty, but for mine, their finest contribution has to be the Finn brothers...

One of the more mundane challenges of global learning, as I'm quickly discovering, is the lack of coordination in…

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Find and Be Found

Posted on June 10, 2012 at 11:16pm 0 Comments

I'm often asked what the point of the Writers' Club is if you are already blogging. Surely having a global audience is not exactly revolutionary - all you need to do is to start a blog, and theoretically, you have a global audience, right?

Well, yes and no. The big problem I have found with blogging in the classroom is (a) finding the blogs of others, and (b) having your blog found by…

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Humanising the classroom

Posted on May 28, 2012 at 8:00pm 1 Comment

I was preparing a presentation for differentiating mathematics using technology recently, and ended up editing a TED talk by Salman Khan.

What struck me was Khan's idea that technology can humanise the classroom - which, as Khan acknowledges, is in some ways counterintuitive. Indeed, when I talk to teachers about technology in the classroom, they have visions of a very inhuman scenario, where students have their eyes glued to the screens, interacting…

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Bahasa Bahasa

Posted on May 10, 2012 at 5:18pm 0 Comments

Since learning to speak a language myself, I've valued the role of languages in schools. One of the most life-changing periods of my life was when I went to live in the city of Perugia as a part of my PhD studies in 2000-2001. Immersed in Italian language, I went from knowing a few words to becoming close to fluent in three months. It was an astonishing transformation, one…

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