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  • Chris Stone


I have learned alot about the EandB syllabus whilst writing the student readers and developing the accompanying learning activities. Professional learning provides an opportunity for me to share this learning and save teachers some time and effort.

I will be presenting to primary teachers in the Department of Education's Cockburn Central network on Thursday 17 August. It will be good to be able to talk about the EandB syllabus for Year 5 and Year 6 and how our materials can be used in the classroom to create an engaging and relevant teaching and learning program.

I will also present two sessions to non-government school teachers at the AISWA HASS Conference - Humanities and the Science of being Social - on Friday 6 October. One session will be for teachers of Year 5/6 and the other for teachers of Year7-10.

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