Dr Ange's Blog

What is the opposite of favouritism? Aug 29, 2023

You may or may not know that both my parents are teachers. Interestingly, my Year 6 daughter...

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109…200 Aug 17, 2023

Have you ever noticed that when a student counts there are critical flash points that indicate if...

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Lasagne and sugar Aug 10, 2023

Today I wanted to start by saying that I am a pseudo-vegetarian. Basically, this means if...

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When I cried in my class Aug 01, 2023

My graduate class was a tough bunch of Year 1/2 students. There were learning needs, behavioural...

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My takeaways from the MERGA 2023 conference Jul 27, 2023

On the school holidays I had the pleasure of spending four days in beautiful Newcastle in New...

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My thoughts on the new NAPLAN reports Jul 12, 2023

NAPLAN results are dribbling through at the moment so I wanted to share some thoughts on the new...

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What Ted Lasso taught me about maths assessment Jul 12, 2023

One of my top 5 TV shows of all time is Season 1 and 2 of Ted Lasso (I found Season 3 a...

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The Losada Ratio Jun 22, 2023

I love to read! I have many many books on the go at once. Most are related to the teaching of...

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Bluey Maths Jun 15, 2023

My favourite children’s TV show (and quite possibly favourite show, (apart from Ted Lasso)...

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The 200 block misconception May 17, 2023

You may be aware that my PhD research looked at designing an assessment for whole number place...

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Bingo! Apr 03, 2023

If you have been reading my blogs this term you may remember that I wrote about a great family...

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Do you have hydrangeas? Mar 30, 2023

Yesterday was a very hot day in Melbourne. It reached 41 degrees. I have recently purchased from...

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