Flashing lights, thundering music and a feverish crowd – you could be forgiven for thinking you’d walked into a stadium gig for the world’s hottest pop superstar. But this was no concert – it was the FutureSchools expo at Melbourne’s Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The State Government has promised more will be done to weed out dodgy teachers in Victoria after a review of state guidelines found there needs to be a greater focus on child safety.
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Dr Catherine ball is out to demolish the “terrible” reputation that drones carry.
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Mmm.... Breaking up the masculinity.... Its always about emasculating the males innit it? I expect, in the name of balanced journalism and research, that there will be a study of male teachers in an all-girls high school. I spent my high school years in an all-boys public high school in NZ. Separating the all-boys school I attended and the neighbouring all-girls public school was ironically, a cemetery. There were female teachers in the boys school and male teachers in the girls school. I guess, if there was a study on male teachers in all-girls schools, the study would focus on the male teacher's (hyper) masculine teaching practices and not the hyper-feminine environment that he is teaching in. Conversely, There is no mention of the positive influence that a female teacher can have in a male-rich educational environment.
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