This special episode explores the FutureSchool initiative being run in collaboration between the Australian Council for Educational Leaders, and the Australian Learning Lecture.
TImecodes: 00:00 Opening Credits 00:34 Intro 04:42 Ellen Koshland 22:32 Sue Buckley 30:34 Louka Parry 49:44 Katherine High School 01:25:12 Emmanuel Catholic College 02:05:01 Warrakirri College 02:37:04 Sign Off
In this edition of TER Topics we present two interviews that the theory and practice of the Neu sequential Model in Education, which is a developmentally informed, biologically respectful approach to working with at-risk children.
The first interview is with Steve Graner and Jessica Pfeiffer of the Neurosequential network in the USA, forst presented in episode #189 in February 2022
The second interview is with NSW school principal Patrick Faucher about his work implementing the model in schools, from TER #203 in August of 2022.
Timecodes: 00:00 Opening Credits 00:34 Intro 02:05 Interview – Steve Greaner & Jessica Pfeiffer 43:52 Interview – Patrick Faucher 01:33:33 Sign Off
Main Feature: Pat Norman discusses his Sublimes Analysis of the Gonski 2 policy, and explains the sublimes analysis approach to understanding ed policy.
Regular Features: Kolber’s Corner. Stephen discusses the separation of digital personal and professional lives; Ideology in Education, Tom Mahoney considers ways teachers can question the ideologies at work in ed policy; Education in the News, Fiona Longmuir provides insight and response to the federal government’s draft workforcfe strategy.
Timecodes: 00:00 Opening Credits 01:31 Intro 05:02 Kolber’s Corner 11:28 Ideology In Education 22:22 Education in the News 44:23 Feature Intro 45:36 Interview – Pat Norman 01:22:37 Patreon Shoutouts & Close
The Australian Council for Educational Leaders held their 2022 National Conference at the Sydney Hilton in the last days of September. Speakers and guests from around Australia and the world gathered to discuss issues facing educational leaders today. TER Podcast was invited to speak to presenters, organisers and guests about thier many perspectives on educational leadership. In this special episode, we present a showcase of interviews with keynote presenters and event organisers.
Main Features: Stephanie Wescott discusses her PhD research into teaching in a post-truth era, and the hegemonic nature of the ‘what works’ discourse in education; Adriano dio Prato and Dr Phil Cummins talk about their podcast, Change Makers.
Regular Features: Steven Kolber discusses read-aloud assessments in Kolber’s Korner; Tom Mahoney consideres the idological elements undeprinning the Productivity Commission’s Interim Report into Education.
Main Feature: Dr. Nicole Mockler discusses her recent publication Constructing Teacher Identies: How the Print Media Define and Represent Teachers and Their Work
Regular Features: Steven discusses a simple but effective online tool for teaching in Kolber’s Corner; Tom Mahoney questions how dominant ideologies manifest in schools in Ideology in Education; Cameorn looks at recent announcements of a Teacher Education Expert panel in Education in the News.