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Introduction to the Special Edition

Wayne Sawyer is Emeritus Professor at Western Sydney University where he remains an active researcher. He began working with the

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Australia, Educational Lone Wolf?

Pasi Sahlberg delves into a discussion of Australia’s place in the world of education, and examines why Australia is somewhat

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Striking for their lives: Climate activists in the classroom

Mercurius Goldstein offers some reflections on why our students have become activists for the fight against climate change. He explains

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Local Schools, Local Decisions – A Lost Decade

Maurie Mulheron gives us all an insight into the effects that Local Schools, Local Decisions has had on education in

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Understanding the Uluru Statement: Taking the invitation to the people through the classrooms

Thomas Mayor explains why teachers should be aware of the significance of the Uluru Statement from the Heart and outlines

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Sam Lewis: A biography

Maurie Mulheron gives us all an insight into the life of the man behind the NSW Teachers Federation’s annual Sam Lewis Peace Prize. Maurie argues that Sam Lewis’ influence, both within the Federation and the wider union movement, was extraordinary and is still evident in the Federation today.

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Conviction Politics: How convicts shaped Australian democracy and the labour movement

Associate Professor Tony Moore (Monash University) and Dr Mike Davis (Griffith University) give us an insight into the international digital history project ‘Conviction Politics’ (located in the Monash Arts School of Media, Film and Journalism). This project is researching the story of radicals and rebels who were transported to Australia as political prisoners and how they, and the many ordinary convicts who resisted the exploitation of their unfree labour, played an integral part in creating Australian democracy and our unionism.

This exciting new online resource for teachers, which melds well with many of the NSW syllabuses, will bring Australian history to life!

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Show an Affirming Flame: A Message to the Profession

Paul Brock looks at the past and to the future and provides a profound message for all public educators… “Any

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Should We be Worried about Google Classroom? The Pedagogy of Platforms in Education

Kalervo Gulson, Carlo Perrotta, Ben Williamson and Kevin Witzenberger reveal how Google Classroom works behind your screen… As we write

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Choice, Illusion and Access to Higher Education: What K-12 Teachers Should Know

Sally Patfield explains how teachers can support their students in light of new inequalities across the higher education sector …

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