Tag: curriculum

Bruner’s Theory of Learning: 3 Steps to a World Class Education

Jerome Bruna’s theory of development is based on the assumption that we learn best when we go from concrete to abstract in a three-step process. First comes hands-on action, then learning with images, and finally students transform what they’ve learned into language. throughout the experience we constantly revisit previously learned topics while teachers provide carefully…

By Stanley Isaacs February 2, 2020 14

Master of Pharmacy (Graduate Entry) at Curtin

Curtin University’s Master of Pharmacy is a graduate entry degree. It’s for students who have a bachelor degree in something else, maybe a Bachelor of Science, and it provides them a professional qualification to become a pharmacist who can practice in Australia. When I discovered that doing a postgrad in pharmacy at Curtin was only…

By Stanley Isaacs December 23, 2019 2

Teacher tips 2: Practical strategies

There are some practical and very simple things that teachers can do to help the child with SLI in the classroom It’s really important to create an environment where asking for help is seen as a positive thing and to really encourage the children and praise them when they do seek help when they’re not…

By Stanley Isaacs December 8, 2019 0

Meet The Girls’ School of Austin

Meet the Girls’ School of Austin [Opening music] Lisa Schmitt, Head of School: The mission of the Girls’ School is to provide an intellectually challenging experience in a supportive and creative environment. Brianna, Alumna: As soon as we started learning Physics I fell in love with it. It made me realize that Science is something…

By Stanley Isaacs December 8, 2019 0