TER #076 – Evidence for Learning with John Bush & Matt Deeble – 21 August 2016


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Main Feature: Evidence for Learning is a new initiative by Social Ventures Australia, aiming to support teachers to engage with research-based practices in the classroom.

Regular Features: Off Campus, Dan Haesler discusses student wellbeing; Education in the News, Cameron and Corinne talk about issues of teaching consent in schools

00.00 Opening Credits
01:19 Intro
02:21 NSW Education Standards Authority

04:33 Teaching consent in schools
28:23 Off Campus – Student Wellbeing
35:53 Feature Intro
37:54 Interview – Matt Deeble & John Bush

1:20:41 Quote & Sign Off

2 thoughts on “TER #076 – Evidence for Learning with John Bush & Matt Deeble – 21 August 2016

  1. I just wanted to leave a comment as a pre-service teacher who listens to your podcast, as mentioned at the start of the show. I did particularly well in a cultural contexts unit really enjoyed it, and I feel it was a result of coming well primed to engage with the academic content from listening to the podcast. So it certainly is helpful as a student, I can only assume it will continue to be a source of growth when I am eventually teaching! I am studying online via Curtin so getting to hear conversational talk about teaching from an Australian point of view is really valuable for me.

    • Hi Leah,

      Thanks for the message. We’re glad to hear that the podcast has helped in that way. If there are any topics you encounter along the way that you’d like us to cover then please use the ‘get involved’ link at the top of the page.

      Best of luck with your studies and future teaching career!

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