Bluyonder voices #2 – teaching through generations

There’s been a positive response to the podcast series, so here’s the second instalment of bluyonder voices. As always if you like the series, please rate it on iTunes.

Robert Nastasi has taken up his first principal role at Emmaus Catholic College, Kemps Creek. As the son of Italian migrants, Robert discusses why he is imparting the same message to students that his parents imparted to him.

2 thoughts on “Bluyonder voices #2 – teaching through generations

  1. Thanks for sharing Greg and Robert. Great insight into the practices you engage as you and your team lead the learning at Emmaus.

  2. The analogy of an iceberg is an insightful metaphor on the challenge to put assessment results into perspective in the context of a holistic education experience.

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