Category Archives: Grandparents and Schooling

Collaborative Teaching

Mal Lee and Lorrae Ward 6/2/12 Introduction Those of you whose schools have gone digital, who have normalised the everyday use of the digital in all your classrooms and who are seeking to take advantage of the opportunities opened within … Continue reading

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Successful Schooling Today

Mal Lee, Sue Lowe and Greg McKay ‘Successful Schooling Today’ is a series of some 70 plus short articles designed to provide parents, grandparents and carers advice on what they can do in collaboration with their school to improve their … Continue reading

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Involving the Nation’s Grandparents in the Schooling of its Young

Mal Lee and Michael Hough January 2011 It is time for Australia to recognize and begin harnessing the immense educational resource it has in its older generations and especially its grandparents and in so doing not only assist the schooling … Continue reading

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