Jim and Jillian Dellit established this website to bring together their various endeavours, to engage with and contribute to the educational community and educational delivery. Jillian is continuing this work both in her own right, and to keep faith with Jim's life, 1947-2014, and their productive partnership 1970-2014.

Monthly Archives: June 2011

June 24

My good old days posted by Jillian in Primary schooling

Jim’s first Lessons from the Past post prompted quite a few of us to think about the lessons from our primary schooling. My memories and feelings about my own schooling are mellow and warm – a state not shared by … Continue reading

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June 19

Education malaise? Take a tablet or two… posted by Jim in Uncategorized

How will the education machinery respond to tablet technologies? I am iPad enthusiast. In this technology, unlike many others, I was an early adopter. I had gained enormously from having an e-reader – its convenience and storage capacity simply meant … Continue reading

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June 13

Lessons from the past: #1 posted by Jim in Uncategorized

When it comes to education, there is no such thing as ‘the good old days’. Good things did, of course happen – mostly to those of us who succeeded. It is easy to feel nostalgic about a happy and rewarding … Continue reading

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June 9

This week’s education reform posted by Jillian in Education policy, Education reform

John Hattie’s article Challenge of focusing education reform in The Australian on 7 June 2011 demonstrates at least a couple of the wicked problems we face in education.

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