Acknowledgements of Teaching Colleagues
Thank you to my teaching colleagues with whom I have worked over the years and who have generously given permission for our collaborative work to be shared.
Belinda Arnfield, Head of Middle School, Wilderness School.
Adrian Cotterell, Emmaus Christian College
Jane Danvers, Principal, Wilderness School
Heather De Blasio, Wilderness School
Evan Franco, Heritage College
Desiree Gilbert, AISSA
Carolyn Grantskalns, Chief Executive, Association of Independent Schools of South Australia (AISSA)
Nicole Harding, Seymour College
Lesley Henderson, Flinders University
Andi-Claire Pegler, Dara School
Alison Short, Wilderness School
Marg. Taylor, friend and colleague
Katherine Zollo, AISSA
Acknowledgements of Sources
I am indebted to the following scholars, teachers and researchers whose work has informed my teaching practice. Thank you for your scholarship, insights and inspiration. My favourite books/articles can be found here.
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Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins
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Carol Ann Tomlinson
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Cindy A. Strickland
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Joyce Van Tassel- Baska
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