About

This Blog is a journey of my work in educationGraduating from Macquarie Uni in Sydney in 1977 and setting out on the road to outback NSW to teach in Goodooga for the next two years (thats my back paddock below on the sheep station where I lived)-spending the time photographing & pig/fox shootin’ – the life of an outback teacher.

backyard Goodooga

From there it was OS for 15 months and returning to an appointment at Galston High until 1988. Studied at the Australian Film Radio & Television school then undertook Grad Dip at UTS and Masters in Computer Based Learning (thanks Rod) shortly after. Worked in establisshing the multimedia unit at OTEN in early ’90′s, then at at the Centre for Learning Innovation, Sydney. Australia. Until recently this work has me currently managing an education portal www.tale.edu.au. Since July 2008  I’ve been enagaged with the Connected Classrooms Program (NSW Department of Education and Training), on a very ambitious rollout of  flexible learning tools and equipment- working with a great team of partners dedicated to taking our schools and TAFE colleges into C21.
Presently living in Gordon Sydney, with wonderful partner Bronwyn and two children Lachie & Alice. (with life supervised by the dogs-Patty & Terri).

minus dog

The views and material in this Blog are personal& not represenative of NSW DET.

2 Responses to About

  1. Dan Bergeron says:

    Saw your blog post on e-Portfolios. Let me know if you want to try out Digication. We are looking for non-US partners.
    Sorry if this message is of no interest to you and took away some of your valuable time.
    Thanks
    Dan

  2. Dear Tim:

    I enjoy reading your blog, and was wondering if you would like to do a link exchange. My book blog’s url is educationanddeconstruction.com. Every week, I make a nonfiction book recommendation in the topic areas of education, history, technology, biography and/or humor. I have already put up your link. Please reply if you would like to do a link exchange. Thank you.

    Sincerely,

    Sally Friedman

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