Education : journal of the N.S.W. Public School Teachers Federation

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Nef 331.8809944 EDU
Sydney : The Federation, 1919-
Vol. 91 No. 09 (13 Sep 2010)
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EDUCATION Journal of the New South Wales Teachers Federation Septem 1
Time to revisit flawed policy The new Labor Government needs to consult with the teaching profession, not insult it. 1
Schools funding review expected to proceed 1
Executive 2
Officers 2
Contents 2
Advertising 2
No more than 25 Reducing class sizes will be pursued at state and federal levels. 3
In brief 3
Our Fed Reps 3
Advertising 3
Brushed off at the polls Maybe Maxine McKew should have attended the Bennelong education forum. 4
Lessons for a new education minister 4
In brief 4
Views sought on salaries claim 5
More release time to have many benefits The campaign for additional release time must be unrelenting. 5
Important for teachers to be part of the process Federation urges members in nominated NSW schools to participate in setting National Professional Standards. 5
Advertising 5
Question remains What does the proposed curriculum support team restructure mean for teacherlibrarians and school library services? 6
The review 6
NSW not for sale 6
Vale Paula Bloch 6
Advertising 6
Common starting time for HSC under threat Schools not offering the vertical or compressed model would see early commencement as a time advantage. 7
Advertising 7
Get some shade at your school 8
In brief 8
Senior curriculum is flawed What's proposed isn't up to NSW standards. 8
Trees for biodiversity 9
Working together for a sustainable future Reduce our impact on the environment in our workplace and industry. 9
Advertising 9
On the boil over coffee 10
Parents ignored 10
Advertising 10
Improving student participation and outcomes Low socio-economic status funding has been used to target Aboriginal education. 10 , 12
That's so gay is not OK 11
Newcastle could still be off the (heavy) rails 11
Advertising 11
Blame is not the answer Struggling schools improve by having increased learning time, after school programs for students and professional development for teachers. 12
Advertising 12
Should teachers use social networking sites such as Facebook? 13
Teachers continue to suffer in Honduras 13
Advertising 13
Early test for the new Government Will the new education minister protect students, schools and their communities from the harm of league tables? 14
Advertising 15 , 16
features 17
Just an old bush school A visit to Silverton School museum has MAUREEN CLARK thinking how far schools have progressed. 17
Inside 17
Paper Plane 18
More laws to undermine biodiversity protection An endangered frog, bird or animal could be offset by a tree somewhere else in the state. 18
Put the pressure on 18
Advertising 18
Support for tertiary qualification in TAFE Overall, respondents feel a training and assessment certificate isn't enough for TAFE teachers. 19 , 21
What they said 19
OH&S and working off-site 19
Certificate IV upgrade not required If you have the required competencies, you don't have to upgrade your professional qualifications. 19
In brief 19
In the library 20
Retired Teachers Association 20 , 21
Social news 20
Heritage and landscape must be protected 21
Class of'58... you are requested to commence duty. 21
Rnrtt 21
Five years of school holidays 22
your say 23
Halt the assault on the natural world The new minority government must lead the transition to a clean green energy economy. 23
Inside 23
Literacy threatened NSW has been a world model, but not for long. 24
Advertising 24
reviews 25
Film 25 , 26
Inside 25
Computer corner 26
Advertising 26
Theatre 27
In brief 27
Advertising 27 , 28
Corkscrew 29
Advertising 29 , 30 , 31
Snapped in and out of class 32
Out of this world 32



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