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

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Nef 331.8809944 EDU
Sydney : The Federation, 1919-
Vol. 94 No. 06 (24 Jun 2013)
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EDUCATION Journal of the New South Wales Teachers Federation 1
Our children are worth it Don't let Tony Abbott spoil the opportunity for fairer school funding. 1
Recent developments 1
VET regulator underfunded and overworked 1
EDUCATION contents 2
Teachers Federation House 2
Executive 2
Officers 2
Organisers 2
CPL expands to Western Sydney and the Hunter 3
Countering the residualisation of public schools A statewide revitalisation strategy is essential. 3 , 4
Our Fed Reps 3
What’s on 4
Planning for students with disability It is not the responsibility of an individual teacher to make decisions about appropriate curriculum options and adjustments on their own. 4
New spotlight on bullying Legislation would allow the Fair Work Commission to make an order to stop bullying. 4
More serves coming Alexander's way 5
Abbott rejects the core of Gonski 5
Advertising 5
Gonski mums take campaign to Kirribilli 6
Sizzling over cuts 6
'What about me?' 6
Association spotlight 6
Advertising 7
Targeted funding makes dramatic difference Modern resources in an intensive setting make a remarkable difference to disadvantaged students. 8
letters 8
Advertising 9 , 10
features 11
Students flourish with proper funding A properly resourced kitchen garden program has helped transform students into more engaged learners. 11
Inside 11
Paper Plane 12
stories from the bush 12
TAFE activists honoured 13
Gonski benefits explained 13
Not just about cake 13
In the library New resources for loan 13
Social divide widening in Australian schools 14
Advertising 14
Your voice matters 15
Ten top hints for a healthy voice 15
Briefs 15
Aboriginal members stand together as warriors 15
Advertising 15 , 16
your say 17
Arts cuts create cultural division By stopping funding for fine arts courses at TAFE, the NSW Government is cutting off an important educational pathway that has helped many to contribute to and enrich our society. 17
Inside 17
O’Farrell's plans encourage overdevelopment for NSW Community consultation is set to be reduced under proposed changes to NSW’s planning system. 18
Advertising 18
reviews 19
Film 19 , 20
Inside 19
Advertising 20
Theatre 21 , 22
Advertising 21
Corkscrew 22
Advertising 22
Book Distressed or Deliberately Defiant? Managing challenging student behaviour due to trauma and disorganised attachment 23
Advertising 23
Computer corner 24
Advertising 24
Book 24
administration 25
Presidential Officers election 25
Trade Union Training date changes for semester 2 25
Advertising 25 , 26 , 27
Snapped in and out of class 28



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