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Schools of the Future Conference - Adobe Workshop - Sydney Opera House 2017

Posted on May 4, 2017 by Tim Kitchen
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This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his workshop at the Schools of the Future Conference at the Sydney Opera House on 5th May 2017

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This professional learning event relates to the following Australian Professional Standards for Teachers: Professional knowledge - Know students and how they learn - Know the content and how to teach it Professional Practice - Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning Professional Engagement - Engage in professional learning - Engage professionally with colleagues and the community
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Mike Skocko

Posted on May 8, 2017 - Permalink

​Great resource, Tim! Especially love the Resnick quote:

Success in the future – for individuals, for communities, for companies, for nations as a

whole – will be based not on what we know or how much we know, but on our ability

to think and act creatively.