Samples of my writing

How to Avoid Perpetuating the Digital Divide (Audio Video) https://elketeaches.wordpress.com/2013/11/22/digital-divide/

My personal philosophy of Education (2010)
Personal philosophy of Education

Three Indigenous Australian Rights Protests (2012)
Three Indigenous Australian Rights Protests

Moderation in Authority Subjects in Queensland Secondary Schools (2011)

Moderation of Authority Subjects in Queensland Secondary Schools

The National Secondary School Computer Fund (2012)
The National Secondary School Computer Fund

Low-socioeconomic status & digital literacy

 

Exploring the potential for digital literacies with low-socioeconomic students
Diversity & Pedagogy
Diversity & Pedagogy

4 comments on “Samples of my writing

  1. Good on you, Elke 🙂 I’ve been wondering if I should do the same thing. In a couple of my classes we’ve been officially requested not to share essays on Moodle – a shame from a social constructivist POV. I hate missing out on that mutual ‘look-over-the-shoulder’.

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    • elketeaches says:

      I think telling students not to share is perpetuating the problem of non-sharing in the teaching profession. It’s ridiculous! I think it decreases the chance of plagiarism since it’s now public and documented. People could take my *ideas* but then build-on them; go for it, this should be encouraged. I also suspect that some Profs/teachers don’t want us sharing assignments because they’re too lazy to create new assignments OR they don’t have enough confidence in their students to come up with their own ideas (sad!).

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  2. Elke, I agree totally with what you are saying here. I bet you can imagine my thoughts on this topic and many others in education. 🙂 The complexities in the public service sector are mind-boggling even for the most experienced.

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