Selena Woodward
Chief learner, Uni lecturer, Co-founder and mum. Passionate about empowering my students, myself and my colleagues so that we can be the best we can be.
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Unpacking the Digi Tech Curriculum – Paula Christopherson

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On June the 3rd I attended a Professional Development session hosted by EDTECHSA.  Paula Christopherson flew into to Adelaide and shared her insights into the Digital Technologies curriculum with us.  It was very interesting to hear how slightly differently the Victorian department for education have chosen to work with the Australian curriculum.  It actually made my […]

Jolly Phonics

https://edufolios.org/selenawoodward/2016/03/23/jolly-phonics/

What’s the fuss about Phonics? Phonics isn’t new it was taught for a long time  The connection between reading and writing thought to be separate skills.  There have been several different theories over the years about how best to learn to read / write.  One is synthetic phonics, like Jolly Phonics, The other is the […]

Using Word to Assess and Track Pupil Progress

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This post represents the information shared with a group of teachers at my site in 2007.  I have since updated this to reflect Word 2010. I led some training in how to use Word to support students with structured assessment feedback. In this post, I outline to colleagues what we’re hoping to achieve by using […]

The Four Part Lesson Plan

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Below is a piece I wrote for the pre-service teachers I was working with.  We were exploring effective planning and teaching strategies. Strategies that help students connect to their learning and encourage critical and creative thinking. The strategies I share assisted them to expand their repertoire of teaching strategies in both verbal and non verbal […]

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