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Educational Broadcasting

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  • #Episode 21 Nature Based Pedagogy

    #Episode 21 Nature Based Pedagogy

    05/11/2018 Duración: 24min

    In this episode Tracy Burton interviews Melissa Franklin and Kerry Cook. Melissa has worked in Early Education for over 20 years, and has been the Director at Pelicans Nest since 2017. Kerry has over 35 years experience in Early Education and is currently the Early Childhood Teacher at Pelicans Nest. Both Melissa and Kerry are passionate about Nature Based Pedagogy, and building social and emotional competence through nature based curriculum. #Interview by Senior Teacher, Tracy Burton BA Arts (Communication – Theatre/Media), Grad Dip Ed

  • #Episode 20 A Good Sleep

    #Episode 20 A Good Sleep

    25/10/2018 Duración: 32min

    In this episode Tracy Burton talks to Kelly Callaghan, a Clinical and Educational and Developmental psychologist working here in Caloundra. As a specialist psychologist she has over 20 years of experience working with children and adults and is also trained in cognitive and learning assessment and diagnosis. Kelly recognises the stressors that come from a world of changing times and increasing work and family demands and the need for coping strategies for thinking, emotions and behaviour. The importance of sleep to the growing teenage brain is valuable indeed. Research show that the effects of poor sleep or sleep deprivation can affect behaviour, memory, learning and wellbeing. So how can children and teens best achieve ‘good sleep’ and what are some of the potential barriers to achieving quality, restorative sleep? If you would like to know more about this topic or discuss any concerns you may have, Kelly works with Caloundra Psychological Services, 4th Avenue ph. 54925588. #Interview by Senior Teacher,

  • #Episode 19 Financial Literacy for Teens

    #Episode 19 Financial Literacy for Teens

    20/09/2018 Duración: 25min

    In this episode Tracy Burton interviews Mr Troy Walsh, the Secondary School Facilitator for Start Smart with the Commonwealth Bank. Mr Walsh was invited to speak at CCPS to engage and empower our senior students to make confident financial choices. So what is ‘financial literacy’ and why are these skills so important for today’s teenagers… and how do you change the way young people learn about finance? For more information about the Start Smart program visit: startsmart.com.au #Interview by Senior Teacher, Tracy Burton BA Arts (Communication – Theatre/Media), Grad Dip Ed

  • #Episode 18 Our Global Village

    #Episode 18 Our Global Village

    24/08/2018 Duración: 27min

    In this podcast, Tracy Burton interviews Barbara Seaward - Head of Department Senior Schooling / Languages at Kawana Waters State College and District Panel Chair for Chinese on the Sunshine Coast. Here at CCPS, our International learning programs with Scotland, Canada, Japan, Mainland China, Macau, Hong Kong, and recently Vietnam and India/Nepal, have all contributed to our student’s understanding of their place in the world. Each country’s cultures, histories and individual children help the CCPS community engage with the world - to explore, to learn, and to create. Our Chinese international program embraces the global village we live in. So what are the challenges our international students face in an Australian school? What do teachers need to be aware of in terms of learning styles and language challenges? And what are the benefits of International immersion for our domestic students? #Interview by Senior Teacher, Tracy Burton BA Arts (Communication – Theatre/Media), Grad Dip Ed

  • #Episode 18 Jobs of the Future

    #Episode 18 Jobs of the Future

    19/06/2018 Duración: 30min

    As our senior students progress through schooling, the inevitable question of ‘what to do after graduation’ begins. But what does the current university and employment landscape look like? What important skills do our teens need to succeed and how have social and technological advancements influenced the jobs of the future? In this episode Tracy Burton talks to Dr Jane Fynes-Clinton - Program coordinator for the Bachelor of Journalism and Lecturer in Journalism at the University of the Sunshine Coast. As a journalist of almost 30 years, Jane has worked in metropolitan news, features and magazines. She is passionate about the profession and its future and is dedicated to helping prepare students to take their place in it. https://www.usc.edu.au/explore/structure/faculty-of-arts-business-and-law/staff/dr-elizabeth-jane-fynes-clinton https://www.couriermail.com.au/news/opinion/jane-fynes-clinton #Interview by Senior Teacher, Tracy Burton

  • #Episode 17 Media, Music and PE thrive in a Great New Hall

    #Episode 17 Media, Music and PE thrive in a Great New Hall

    31/05/2018 Duración: 29min

    This year CCPS was proud to open the brand new multi-purpose Raelene Boyle Hall. This facility is a wonderful new addition to the school providing a full size multi-purpose sports court, stage, instrumental rooms, tuckshop and innovative Music and Media Arts rooms. The teachers and students using these facilities have been provided with exciting new opportunities for learning, creativity and sporting achievement. In this episode, Tracy Burton speaks to PE teachers Ms Emma Woods and Ms Grace Patterson, Head of Music Mr Paul Cusick as well as students who take these subjects and enjoy using the indoor court. Being the Media Arts teacher, Tracy is also interviewed by one of her budding Media Arts students, Eloise Whitney. We encourage all students interested in HPE, Music and Media Arts to come and explore the new facility and enjoy learning these wonderful subjects. And for co-curricular Performing Arts involvement: join dance rehearsals on Tuesday lunchtimes, student radio on Wednesday lunchtimes, as wel

  • #Episode 16 March to Your Own Beat

    #Episode 16 March to Your Own Beat

    30/04/2018 Duración: 25min

    In this, the first episode of Term Two, Tracy Burton is very pleased to interview the Principal of Caloundra City Private School, Dr Dirk Wellham. Dr Wellham has been the Principal of Caloundra City Private School (CCPS) since January 2013. Dirk was the Deputy Headmaster (Academic) at Churchie for eight years. Prior to this role he was Dean of Studies of The Southport School for four years. He was the Head of English and Languages at Blue Mountains Grammar School, Wentworth Falls, NSW; and he had three years teaching at The Hutchins School, Hobart before coming to Churchie for five years originally in 1991. Dirk was responsible for Churchie’s Emotional Intelligence Development Program – and Positive Psychology Development and was awarded a PhD in 2009 for his thesis titled, The Relationship Between Academic Achievement and Co-curricular Involvement. Dr Wellham is also a highly experienced Senior English Teacher. PhD Thesis link: http://dro.deakin.edu.au/view/DU:30027504 An article on Emotional Intelligen

  • #Episode 15 QLD Delivers New Subjects

    #Episode 15 QLD Delivers New Subjects

    04/04/2018 Duración: 26min

    In this episode, Tracy Burton looks at two exciting subjects in the Queensland curriculum. This year, CCPS offers two new subjects: Philosophical Inquiry and Media Arts. The subject of Media Arts will be explored in a future podcast. In this episode, Tracy Burton chats to one of the teachers of Philosophical Inquiry, Mr Tim Ricketts as he explains this innovative new subject. Additionally, late last year Tracy was fortunate enough to travel to Melbourne to attend the annual conference for the VCE subject of Psychology – a subject that Queensland will now offer for the first time. What can students learn by studying Psychology and why is it so popular? In this interview, Tracy speaks to a highly experienced and accomplished VCE Psychology teacher, Ms Anna Marazita. Stay tuned for future podcasts on Media Arts and the roll out of the new Senior Curriculum for Year 11 next year. For more information about the new courses being offered in the new QLD curriculum, visit the QCAA website. #Interview by Se

  • #Episode 14 Raising Stress-Proof Kids

    #Episode 14 Raising Stress-Proof Kids

    05/03/2018 Duración: 35min

    In this episode, Tracy Burton interviews Dr Shelley Davidow, a lecturer in curriculum and pedagogy at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Dr Davidow is also an international author and educator. For the past twenty years she has written and taught in various settings around the world, and is an advocate for social justice and the mitigating the effects of stress on children both at home and in the classroom. Dr Davidow's research into the physical effects of stress and anxiety on the body; particularly the nervous system is truly fascinating. Her books include the recently released Raising Stress-Proof Kids (Exisle 2014, Familius, 2015). #Interview by Senior Teacher, Tracy Burton BA Arts (Communication – Theatre/Media), Grad Dip Ed

  • # Episode 15 Dr Ali Black from USC

    # Episode 15 Dr Ali Black from USC

    05/02/2018 Duración: 36min

    In the first episode of 2018, Tracy Burton talks to Dr Ali Black - a highly regarded early childhood specialist who lectures in Education at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Dr Black is an innovative arts-based and narrative researcher who seeks to foster connectedness, community, wellbeing and meaning-making through the building of reflective and creative lives and identities. She is widely published and considered an expert in several areas of early childhood education.

  • #Episode 14 Learning the Japanese Language

    #Episode 14 Learning the Japanese Language

    26/10/2017 Duración: 24min

    In this episode Tracy Burton explores the benefits of learning a language. Here at CCPS our students are given the opportunity to study the language of Japanese through to Year 12. The importance of learning a language cannot be underestimated – the learning goes beyond the written and spoken word, where students learn valuable cultural and contextual knowledge about this important country in our region. In additional to learning the subject, our students are given the opportunity to engage with students from Japan through the many study tours we host as well as travel to Japan to visit our associated schools. So what are the benefits of learning a language? Later in this episode I chat to two of our senior students currently studying Japanese, and we were fortunate enough to host a tour doing the recording of this podcast so you will hear from the students a Junior High School is Nagano. #Interview by Senior Teacher, Tracy Burton BA Arts (Communication – Theatre/Media), Grad Dip Ed

  • #Episode 13 Sports Psychology for Teenagers

    #Episode 13 Sports Psychology for Teenagers

    01/09/2017 Duración: 55min

    In this episode, Tracy Burton interviews three CCPS Year 12 students who are working hard to become professional athletes. She is also joined by Dr Geoff Lovell, the Deputy Head of School, in the School of Social Sciences and Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of the Sunshine Coast. USC offers the ‘High Performance Student Athlete Program’, specifically designed to assist students to achieve excellence in both their sport and tertiary studies. Links: http://www.usc.edu.au/learn/the-usc-experience/usc-sport/high-performance-student-athlete-program http://www.usc.edu.au/explore/structure/executive/office-of-the-vice-chancellor-and-president/contact-the-office-of-the-vice-chancellor-and-president/tania-stevenson #Interview by Senior Teacher, Tracy Burton BA Arts (Communication – Theatre/Media), Grad Dip Ed

  • #Episode 12 Understanding Teenage Girls

    #Episode 12 Understanding Teenage Girls

    25/07/2017 Duración: 29min

    In this Episode, Tracy Burton interviews Linda Stade, the Research Officer at Santa Maria College, an all girls school, in Perth. Through her Education blog and Facebook page "Linda Stade – Education Writer" she shares valuable information on the latest research relating to educating and raising girls. If you would like to follow Linda’s blog or Facebook page, links are provided below: https://santamaria.wa.edu.au/knowing-girls/ https://www.facebook.com/linda.stade.writer/ #Interview by Senior Teacher, Tracy Burton BA Arts (Communication – Theatre/Media), Grad Dip Ed

  • #Episode 11 Antipodeans Abroad – Vietnam 2016

    #Episode 11 Antipodeans Abroad – Vietnam 2016

    27/06/2017 Duración: 24min

    Every two years, Caloundra City Private School offers its Senior Students the opportunity to participate in an Antipodeans Abroad expedition. The programs aim to “empower students to take ownership, learn vital life skills and develop a better understanding of themselves, the world and their place in it.” In November last year 18 CCPS students and three members of staff completed a 22-day, student led expedition to Vietnam. Beginning in Ho Chi Minh City, our students travelled by boat, train, bus and taxi as they trekked the jungles, walked the busy city streets and built infrastructure for an impoverished Primary school, ending their journey in the country’s capital, Hanoi. In this episode, I chat with three CCPS students who completed the expedition, as well as one of our Senior Teachers, Mr Tim Ricketts, who helped facilitate this rich learning experience. The next expedition will take place in 2018 to the island nation of Sri Lanka. Information about this program will be available in the coming mont

  • #Episode 10 Internet Safe Education PART 2 - Sexting

    #Episode 10 Internet Safe Education PART 2 - Sexting

    27/06/2017 Duración: 46min

    In this episode, Detective Brett Lee educates Years 10, 11 and 12 students about the dangers of 'sexting'. Highly recommended listening for parents of late teens and all high school teachers. A confronting message at times yet one we all need to hear. *Please note: The following seminar was designed for Years 10, 11 and 12 students and is not recommended for younger listeners without parental consent. On Tuesday 16th May an expert on child safety, Brett Lee, presented the following seminar to the Years 10, 11 and 12 students of CCPS about “keeping safe online”. Mr. Lee has an extensive career in law enforcement having worked for the Queensland Police for many years as both an officer and a detective working specifically in this field. Through the company he created, Internet Education & Safety Services, Brett’s mission is to equip and educate young Australians with the skills and knowledge to enable them to use the Internet safely whilst making them aware of their rights and responsibilities in the

  • #Episode 9 Internet Safe Education PART 1

    #Episode 9 Internet Safe Education PART 1

    04/06/2017 Duración: 44min

    *Please note: The following seminar was designed for Years 7, 8 and 9 students and is not recommended for younger listeners without parental consent. On Tuesday 16th May, an expert on child safety, Brett Lee, presented the following seminar to our Years 7, 8 and 9 students about “keeping safe online”. Mr. Lee has an extensive career in law enforcement having worked for the Queensland Police for many years as both an officer and a detective working specifically in this field. Through the company he created, Internet Education & Safety Services, Brett’s mission is to equip and educate young Australians with the skills and knowledge to enable them to use the Internet safely whilst making them aware of their rights and responsibilities in the cyber world. During this presentation he delivers a commanding message with powerful, sometimes confronting truths about cyber safety – information today’s young people need to hear. If you would like to know more about this topic or email a question, go to the “In

  • #Episode 8 Current Perspectives on Early Childhood Education

    #Episode 8 Current Perspectives on Early Childhood Education

    05/04/2017 Duración: 32min

    In this episode, Tracy Burton interviews David Gilkes, an early childhood teacher from Illawarra Primary School in Hobart. David has been a passionate and highly regarded early childhood educator for 23 years. He has worked mainly with four and five year old children and their families, in both government and independent settings in the ACT and Tasmania and has been awarded a National Excellence in Teaching award for Innovation in Early Childhood education. David has been inspired by the Reggio Emilia educational project for many years and has been fortunate enough to have participated in Study Tours to this Italian city on three occasions. He is currently convener of the Tasmanian Reggio Emilia Network and has presented, consulted and written widely and frequently on issues of education. If you’re interested in learning more about David’s work visit his website: http://dgilkeseducationconsultant.com.au/ For more information about the Reggio Emilia educational project, go to https://www.reggioaustralia

  • #Episode 6 Communicating with Children and Teens

    #Episode 6 Communicating with Children and Teens

    22/02/2017 Duración: 37min

    As parents and teachers, how can we best communicate with children and teenagers to gain a positive relationship? Do we over-reward children in today’s schooling system and what can parents and teachers do when they are struggling to deal with teenage misbehaviour? In this episode, Tracy Burton interviews Nadene van der Linden, an experienced Clinical Psychologist working with adults, adolescents and children at her practice in Ocean Reef, Perth. Recently, Nadene published her own ebook “Tales from the parenting trenches: a clinical psychologist vs motherhood" which is available on Amazon.com.au. You can also visit: http://lindenclinicalpsychology.com.au/

  • #Episode 7 Text Messaging and Literacy

    #Episode 7 Text Messaging and Literacy

    20/12/2016 Duración: 40min

    #Episode 6 Text Messaging and Literacy In this episode, Tracy Burton interviews Dr Nenagh Kemp, a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Psychology in the School of Medicine at the University of Tasmania. Dr Kemp’s research focuses on the acquisition, development and use of spoken and written language, from infancy to adulthood, and she has a particular interest in the written language of digital communication. More generally, she is interested in children's cognitive development. WEBSITE LINKS: http://www.utas.edu.au/profiles/staff/medicine/Nenagh-Kemp *click the ‘research’ tab #Interview by Senior Teacher, Tracy Burton, BA Arts (Communication – Theatre/Media), Grad Dip Ed

  • #Episode 5 Innovative Learning Environments

    #Episode 5 Innovative Learning Environments

    19/12/2016 Duración: 29min

    In this episode, Tracy Burton interviews Associate Professor Dr Wesley Imms from the Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne. Dr Imms is a skilled educator with teaching awards spanning his primary, secondary and tertiary teaching career. He holds education degrees granted in Australia and Canada, including a research MA and a PhD in Curriculum Studies from the University of British Columbia. Dr Imms is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, is that Schools Head of Visual Art Education, and its Research Higher Degree Coordinator for Curriculum and Teaching. He is a member of the University of Melbourne's Graduate Research Scholarships Committee, and a member of the Steering Committee of the university's Learning Environments Applied Research Network. WEBSITE LINKS: https://msd.unimelb.edu.au/learning-environments-applied-research-network-learn https://msd.unimelb.edu.au/learn-projects #Interview by Senior Teacher, Tracy Burton, BA Arts (Co

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