TER #079 – Mantle of the Expert with Tim Taylor – 16 Oct 2016

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Main Feature: Tim Taylor talks about the mantle of the Expert teaching method and using drama and narrative as a way to engage students in learning.

Regular Features: Off Campus, Dan haesler talks with Nick Jackson about student autonomy; Education in the News, Cameron considers the implications of the recent changes to the VEt FEE HELP Loans scheme.

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00.00 Opening Credits
01:19 Intro
01:46 VET FEE HELP Loans

11:48 Off Campus with Dan Haesler

25:07 Feature intro
26:51 Tim Taylor – Mantle of the Expert

1:26:31 Announcements
1:27:42 Quote & Sign Off

TER #056 – Roleplay-based Pedagogy with James Witchard – 18 Oct 2015

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Main Feature: As a teaching tool, Roleplay offers a way for students to engage personally and emotionally with learning activities. James Wictahrd has been researching and implementing

Regular Features: Off Campus, Dan Haesler talks about ways to improve Professional learning in schools; Spotlight on Special Education, Tim Connell discusses Positive Behaviour, Intervention and Supports (PBIS); Reports: Corinne talks about her recent visit to the Microsoft Office in Sydney; Cameron provides a snapshot of the recent Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards. Continue reading

TER #050 – Social Justice & Drama Pedagogy with Michael Finneran – 28 June 2015

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Main Feature: Dr. Michael Finneran from the University of Limerick discusses the power of Drama Pedagogy for teaching students about social justice issues and it’s use across the curriculum.

Regular Features: Education in the news, Corinne and Cameron discuss federal education of government schools.

TER Live #003 – The Arts and Learning, Creating Australia’s Future – 24 Nov 2014

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EXPLICIT LANGUAGE WARNING

Presented by Sydney ideas and ACERN, this TER Live podcast includes a recording of the forum ‘The Arts & Learning: Creating Australia’s Future’, in which a panel of experts discuss the Arts in Education in response to the review of the Australian Curriculum recommendations to reduce Arts education in schools.

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