Teaching and Learning in South Australia

at 31 Flinders Street, Adelaide, 5000 Australia

A space for educators (K-12, Birth to 18) to find resources about teaching practice and pedagogy -- and to build learning networks within South Australia.


Teaching and Learning in South Australia
31 Flinders Street
Adelaide , SA 5000
Australia
Contact Phone
P: +61882261000
Website
http://www.decd.sa.gov.au/

Description

► Community Guidelines By using or accessing this page, you agree to comply with Facebook's Terms and Conditions. ▲ The focus of this page is for educators to: ♦ share and promote information, tools, resources and frameworks that support the work of teachers/educators, and in particular educators of birth to 18 year old learners in South Australian public education settings ♦ help leaders and lead educators build learning communities to share experiences and expertise ♦ to provide information to educators so they can help students build transferable skills and dispositions to improve learning outcomes and to assist students in becoming confident life long learners. We welcome all questions and commentary about teaching practice, teaching resources, pedagogy, learning design as well as constructive feedback. Status posts to the page are moderated. You may wish to use the 'Message' button at the top of the page to send us a private message that we will receive in our Facebook page inbox. We expect that participants post content and commentary that is both relevant to the focus of this page and respectful to this community as a whole. DO engage. Add value. Help others. Ask and answer questions, we’re here to all learn together. Share teaching and learning resources, strategies, frameworks, tools and resources that have worked for you and that you found interesting. DO keep comments and criticism *constructive*. Respect other members and differences of opinion. Keep it professional! Focus on the issue, not the person expressing it. ▲ We reserve the right to: ♦ moderate all posts to the page and make public only those posts that are relevant to the focus of the page/adhere to our guidelines ♦ hide any posts that are off-topic/do not adhere to our guidelines ♦ delete any posts that are off-topic/do not adhere to our guidelines ♦ block anyone who disregards or violates our guidelines repeatedly ▲ Posts of the following nature will be removed: ♦ Abusive, harassing, stalking, threatening or attacking others ♦ Defamatory, offensive, obscene, vulgar or depicting violence ♦ Fraudulent, deceptive, misleading or unlawful ♦ Trolling or deliberate disruption of discussion ♦ Those that identify or portray members of the community (students, parents and/or staff) in a negative or disrespectful manner ♦ Spamming in nature ► Sometimes people come to this page when they are really looking for information about: ♦ Employment with the South Australian education department: http://www.decd.sa.gov.au/hr ♦ Contact details for a South Australian education service, preschool or school: http://www.sa.gov.au/directories/state-schools-and-services ♦ Information for parents about South Australian government preschools, schools and education services: http://www.sa.gov.au/topics/education-skills-and-learning ♦ Contact details for the Department for Education and Child Development http://www.decd.sa.gov.au/portal/aboutdept.asp?group=contact This page is managed by Learning Improvement Division, Office of Education and Early Childhood, Department for Education and Child Development.

Company Rating

3857 FB users likes Teaching and Learning in South Australia, set it to 18 position in Likes Rating for Adelaide, South Australia in Education category

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Published on 2015-07-09 07:31:05 GMT

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