Publicity & Media
10th of May, featured as an expert discussing the changes to the Australian Curriculum, HASS curriculum:
April 24th, 2021, I was interviewed on the need to reconsider NAPLAN's role within our education system for 3AW's 'Drive with Tom Elliott' - https://www.3aw.com.au/why-the-victorian-government-is-being-urged-to-cancel-the-naplan-test/
March, April, May 2020 saw me appear in 'The Age' , one of Australia's national newspaper three times. First I was quoted, then quoted with a full double page photo and finally a piece of my own writing was published in the education lift out, you can read these articles below.
Class time becomes screen time as schools become homework
March 23, 2020 — 5.59pm
Teachers split on merits of Victoria's return-to-school plan
May 12, 2020 — 7.45pm
It's the right time for less time in class
May 24, 2020 — 1.57pm
I had the opportunity to speak on Australian National Radio on the topic of the 2018 PISA results, released in December of 2019, and how the issues that these results revealed could be engaged with.
I was quoted within this opinion piece for 'The Monthly' here: Failing our kids | The Monthly
Below is a feature piece in 'Australian Educator', a national publication that is delivered to all schools on a quarterly basis.
I was featured on the back page of the 'Australian Teacher Magazine' (A national publication) for my work around Instructional video and leadership.
See below for pieces of writing where i have been quoted or referenced, for full pieces of writing by me refer to this link: https://www.stevenkolber.com/writing-and-research/writing
Microsoft Edventures blog:
School News / Education HW
https://www.school-news.com.au/news/switching-on-learning-producing-best-outcomes-for-students-via-video/ ; https://au.educationhq.com/news/59540/switching-on-learning-producing-best-outcomes-for-students-via-video/
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