A little bit of shameless self-promotion in today’s blog post. We made these for The Critical Classroom (www.criticalclassroom.com). They’re for sale. The little bit we make from sales all helps to support the work we do. Would love if you shared it around.
I’ve hardly posted. And it’s not because I didn’t have anything to say. I just had NO time. I arrived home from Melbourne on Sunday night after four nights down there at the Melbourne Business School.
I have to say I know little about the story and did very minor Wikipedia research while waiting for my ride this evening. Part of me wants to chase down the tale, while the rest of me wants to savour this interpretation by Suzie Miller. I do not know how close this version is to the original, but right now I don’t really care.
I knew from the outset what today’s post would be. I decided to capture aspects of my day in Snapchat.
Two years ago I took a leap and invested in a Certificate IV in Design at TAFE. It was fantastic. I often felt waaaayyy out of my comfort zone, but I learned so much about Creative Suite. I’ve used that knowledge EVERY day since.
Last Thursday evening we had the pleasure of seeing visiting African-American scholar Dr Cornell West in conversation with Nazeem Hussain at the Brisbane Convention Centre. Dr West is touring the capital cities at whirlwind pace.
Today I had the privilege of spending the day with a group of amazing Murri early childhood educators. All women, and from all over Queensland, they came together to grow their knowledge of early childhood but also to explore and extend their understanding of bringing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ways of knowing, being and doing to their learning spaces.
Intair baal burro yen Ugarapul yuan-gin Pumjargin