Teaching with Emma

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This is a great back to school activity to help you get to know your students better. Use this template in your coaching or mentoring classes to help students create a bucket list of things they want to do in their lives. This resource can be used
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Back to School, Coaching
Grades:
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
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The Australian Stolen Generations - Crack the Code Source Analysis is a mini escape room activity designed to teach students about the Stolen Generations while developing source analysis skills.This activity requires students to work in teams to
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Social Studies - History, Australian History
Grades:
10th, 11th, 12th, Higher Education
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Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Games
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am still relatively new to my teaching career, having only been teaching for three years. Prior to this I worked as a tutor in high schools while completing my teacher training. I specialise in teaching foundational level English in a high school setting, as well as a variety of humanities subjects including history, sociology and media studies and coaching/mentoring. I am focused on developing my trauma informed and ESL/EALD pedagogical practices through completion of further studies.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I'm the kind of teacher that is always looking for new ways to make learning interactive, authentic and eyebrow raising. I want my students to leave class questioning the world around them and reporting back what they have learnt. I have a very active teaching style, and aim to incorporate the following into my teaching: group work, technology, gamification, debate and discussion, and interactive visual displays.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2018 Northern Territory High School Teacher of the Year (Alice Springs Region)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Charles Darwin University - Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Teaching and Learning (2012 - 2015) Deakin University - Graduate Certificate in teaching english to speakers of other languages (2017 - present) Queensland University of Technology - Teaching Students who Have Suffered Complex Trauma (short course) (2018)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

It was a school excursion to East Timor that first lit a fire in me to fight for all young people to receive a high quality education. I experienced first hand the impact poverty and disadvantage have on young people, their education and futures, and I now strive to ensure everyone has access to educational opportunities, both in high school and beyond. My passion for education extends beyond school contexts, and I have been a member of the Country Education Foundation of Central Australia for 3.5 years. I have been on three selection panels to award scholarships to young people wanting to extend their education through apprenticeships and tertiary studies, I have been secretary of this organisation for one year.

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