St. Joseph Building Mosaic


A big thank you to my wife Kristy and Mrs Daldry for designing and coordinating the creation of our new mosaic in our brand new St. Joseph’s building. Thank you also to the many parent helpers and all the students who were involved in making the mosaic a reality. We look forward to seeing it up on the wall in our new building soon. Please find below a slide show of our involvement in the creation of the mosaic.

2010 Edublog Awards

The 2010 Edublog Awards are open for nominations. These awards, now in their seventh year celebrate…

the achievements of edubloggers, twitterers, podcasters, video makers, online communities, wiki hosts and other web based users of educational technology.

The following are my nominations for the Edublog Awards for 2010.

Best class blog: The Brainy Bunch’s Blog

Best group blog: The Whiteboard Blog

Best librarian / library blog: Aberfoyle Park Campus Resource Centre Blog

Best resource sharing blog: InTec Insights

Best educational tech support blog: The Edublogger

Most influential blog post: The Brainy Bunch’s Blog

Best educational use of video / visual: Mrs. Yollis’ Classroom Blog

Lifetime achievement: Sue Waters


How to Nominate:

You can nominate your own favorites. Simply follow these directions:

Step 1: Write a post with your award nominates on your blog.

  • Link to The Edublog Awards Homepage
  • Make sure the blogs you are nominating are linked too.
  • You can nominate for as many categories as you like, but only one nomination per category, and not yourself :)
  • You can nominate a blog for more than one category.


Step 2: Email the Edublog Awards the link to your nomination post

Nominations: Close Friday 3rd December
Voting: Ends Tuesday 14th December
Award Ceremony: Wednesday 15th December

Nominate today and have your say!

Mini Prepared Talk: Research Links

Please find below links that will be useful to completing your mini prepared talk on a Prime Minister of Australia.

Australia's_Prime_Ministers

Australia's Prime Ministers

http://primeministers.naa.gov.au/

National_Museum_of_Australia

http://www.nma.gov.au/education/school_resources/websites_and_interactives/primeministers/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julia_Gillard

The above link will give you information on Julia Gillard. Being our newest Prime Minister there is little or no information on the above two websites.