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Inside Teaching : April 2011
CONTENTS Vol 2, Number 1 April 2011 FEATURE Youth, technology and Oprah 06 SHARING INSIGHTS Multiculturalism, racism and religion 10 THE PROFESSION The practicum balancing act 14 MY BEST TEACHER Pauline Nguyen 22 10 THINGS I’VE LEARNED ABOUT TEACHING Debra Smith 26 TEACHING TIPS Five top tips for beginning teachers 28 20 QUESTIONS David Rish interviews Jane Caro 32 CURRICULUM & ASSESSMENT Quite a feat: Action learning and literacy 36 Like broccoli: How to turn your students on to accounting – or any subject 40 RESEARCH Industry-school partnerships 44 REGULARS State of the nation 04 News 48 Reviews 50 Diary 54 See me afterwards 56 Behind the lines 58 The quiz 59 All reasonable attempts have been made to trace copyright holders of material published. Material contained in Inside Teaching is protected under the Commonwealth Copyright Act 1968. No material may be reproduced wholly or in par t without written consent from the copyright holders. The views expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the Publisher or Editor, nor do they represent the views or policies of ATRA or the teacher registration and accreditation authorities that are party to it. The Editor reserves the right to edit, abridge or otherwise alter articles for publication. All photographs have been published on the understanding that appropriate compliance with privacy legislation has been obtained. The attention of advertisers is drawn to the Trade Practices Act 1974 and the provisions of the Act that apply to advertising. It is not possible for Inside Teaching to ensure that advertisements published herein comply in all respects with the Act and the responsibility must therefore lie with the person, company or advertising agency submitting the advertisement for publication.