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Academic and scholarly publications are available  here

 

Living things: inspiring STEM classrooms in NSW primary schools

Implementation of the HPC pedagogical framework for technology enhanced learning continues in various Australian primary and secondary schools.

The framework is used in a number of teacher education undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Australian universities; and at one university in The Netherlands.

 

Favourite readings, websites and inspirations

The reading that started my thinking about TPACK is Mishra & Koehler (2006) 

Must read is Seymour Papert’s Minstorms and his website

Professor Anna Craft’s CREATE projects at Exeter University

The Good Project at Harvard with Professor Howard Gardner

Professor Keith Sawyer’s creativity, collaboration and learning work from the University of North Carolina

Professor John Dewey and his philosophy of education and experience

 

 

Presentations and engagements

Five HPC courses are NESA approved at the proficient and lead teacher level – see the NESA website for further details.

I am a speaker who regularly presents education research and ideas to public audiences both in Australia and overseas.

If you are a media outlet please send me a message through the contacts page on this website.

 

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Rachel Dight’s doodle of a keynote address given in Canberra.