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Kim Maslin


I’ve been teaching for three years now, and have taught from Year 4 – 12. I’m particularly passionate about cybersafety and ICT, and would love to help raise strong digital citizens who know how to use technology in a safe and healthy way.
One particular resource I’ve been using that may be of interest to other teachers is actually one I created myself, “The Tweeting Galah.” This is a collection of short stories I self-published earlier this year, that help educate primary school students about different cybersafety issues, from cyberbullying to online predators. I’ve found this book to be a great conversation starter, as each story represents an issue that students can relate to, but offers food for thought! I believe this is a great “grab & go” resource that other teachers would find useful when addressing parts of the Digital Technologies, Protective Behaviours, Health, English and ICT Capability curriculum.

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Steve Crowe


Kim Maslin


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Adam Vardanega


Cathy Hunt


Alice Vigors


Michael Drezek


Kara Ngu


Michael Harvey


Amanda Owens


John Chancey


Bronwyn Joyce


Jon Neale


Corrie Barclay


Jackie Child


Trevor Knowlton


Ben Procter


Joost Dendooven


Matt Heinrich


Tim Kitchen


Nicole Spence


Danielle Purdy


Samantha Vardanega


Emily Clare


Matthew Esterman


Anissa Jones


Fiona Mackie


Emily Maclean


Travis Goulter


Katelyn Hurley


Brett Salakas


Matt Miller


Rachel Smith


Laura Poole


Robie Jayawardhana


Kim Martin


Guido Gautsch


Mike Reading


Charlotte Forwood


Matt Aquilina


Christina Polatajko


Blake Seufert


Jason Coleman


Dean Pearman


James Colbert


Fiona Tonissen


Jeff Melkert


Daniel Zito


Cameron Ross


Benjamin Lannen


Mark Anderson


Brooke Clayton


Trent Ray


Ashleigh Leung


Matt Handley