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

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Nef 331.8809944 EDU
Created/Published
Sydney : The Federation, 1919-
Issue
Vol. 91 No. 10 (25 Oct 2010)
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EDUCATION Journal of the New South Wales Teachers Federation Octobe 1
Have your say in the schools funding review This is a once-in-a-teaching-career chance to turn the tide in favour of public education. 1
Feds rush to take over NSW curriculum Verity Firth needs to reject the crash through strategy of the federal bureaucracy. 1
EDUCATION 2
Executive 2
Officers 2
Contents 2
Advertising 2
Premier takes a stand after campaign by unions. 3
Invest in TAFE for a better state 3
Advertising 3
Keneally stands up for OH&S Our Fed Reps 3
Correction 3
Smiles and signatures for public education 4
NSW Treasury says 'no' Transition to retirement will have to be pursued in a broader industrial context. 4
Video outlines NAPLAN data limits 5
Complete your salary survey 5
Insecurity more relevant to student results 5
Advertising 5
Spreading the message far and wide 6
Public schools need more, not equal funding Write a submission in support of additional resources to make a difference. 6
Women and superannuation First State Super has launched a new website especially dealing with issues women face with superannuation. It is an interactive, easy to navigate website. 6
Uncertainty continues in special education Verity Firth should make an urgent decision 7
Guru Gittins writes on 'inappropriate influence' 7
Advertising 7
Emerging issues with online testing Most students would prefer to write their responses rather than type them. 8
Naming and shaming for pre-schools Federation rejects ranking DET pre-schools on the MyChild website. 8
In brief 8
Federation's new Facebook page 9
Credit union picks up awards 9
Advertising 9
Poorly managed scheme A Senate Inquiry has found there were inflated building costs associated with the Building the Education Revolution program. 10
Another inquiry calls for more counsellors Cyber-bullying is a problem for the community rather than schools alone. 10
Training program on safety, bias and GLBT issues 10
Entertainment on a grand scale 11
Keeping climate on the agenda 11
Advertising 11
What you read 12
In brief 12
Training reaches bushranger country 12
Advertising 12 , 13
lEC students missing out on netbooks Digital revolution bypasses newly arrived students. 14
Teachers bear brunt 14
Fund on need, not greed Advocating that schools with indoor pools and the like should be funded the same as schools with the minimum of facilities is patently advocating inequity. 14
Two major teaching credit unions form alliance Organisations hope cooperation will benefit members. 14
Water on tap 15
Study warns of rural teacher shortage 15
Rego number not mandatory 15
In brief 15
Advertising 15
Formula must change so all children can excel To change the federal funding formula for schools, school communities need to make submissions to the current review now. 16
letters 16
IN THE BALANCE 16
ETHICS AND EQUITY 16
MARINE MELEE 17
CONTEXT AND BALANCE 17
TRIAL A FARCE 17
DISADVANTAGING THE DISADVANTAGED 17
TICKING CLOCK 17
PEOPLE ARE FIGHTING BACK 17
LIKE A SEA SPONGE 18
EXTRANEOUS 18
CARBON COPY 18
Advertising 18
features 19
Substandard conditions remain 19
Inside 19
Paper Plane 20
Textbook example A broad range of voices generated policy victory. 20
In brief 20
Goldmine of educational opportunities The Pilliga has outstanding teaching resources. 21 , 23
Places to visit 21
Class of'58... you are requested to commence duty. 21
Advertising 22
Retired Teachers Association 23
Social news 23
Advertising 23
TAFE matters 24
Advertising 24
Save NSW’s travelling stock routes The Government has the opportunity to show leadership in biodiversity conservation by legislation that secures the long term public ownership and management of travelling stock routes. 24
your say 25
Length not starting time that’s important There is no time advantage or disadvantage to anyone who studies for the HSC in either mode. 25
Range of concerns 25
Inside 25
Meeting the climate change challenge Federation needs to create an Environmental Officer position. 26
Promote facts, not personal ideals Teach our children to use their good old fashioned common sense. 26
Allow fish stocks to recover Continue writing letters to politicians urging them to defend our present and future marine parks. 26
reviews 27
Film 27 , 28
Inside 27
Computer corner 28
Advertising 28
Theatre 29
Advertising 29
In brief 29
Advertising 29 , 30
Corkscrew 30
Advertising 30
administration 31
Relief Administrative Officers for 2011 31
Training program on safety, bias and GLBT issues 31
Inside 31
Federation Library 31
Advertising 32
Biennial Council elections 2011-2012 vacancies 33
Project Officers – recruitment and activism 2011 33
Advertising 33 , 34 , 35
DT SMITH 35
Snapped in and out of class 36

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