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The microphones have helped a lot with the quality of the sound and the experience for our partner school. We have noticed that the Boy’s school are particularly attentive when the girls are presenting! Today’s link celebrated all the public holidays in Australia. The students answered questions following presenting their individual group power points. We all sang ‘We wish you a Merry Christmas’ to finish the link session.
Thank-you so much for those who responded to the survey.
Click below to download the summary of the 2017 feedback survey from participating schools.
Great news this month!!! Professor Ku was thrilled to be given an opportunity to learn more about the Victorian Curriculum and how to enhance the work of this project. She will visit Victoria for an extended time in 2018 and conduct some research into a number of our project schools. Jo Tate was a recipient some years ago providing insights and networks that have assisted in the growth of this project to the current day. We are very grateful that the Commonwealth government sees this project as a value contributor to international understanding and collaboration.
Professor Ku had her third visit this year to schools participating in the project thanks to the Australia Korea Foundation. Ms. Gong from the Daegu District Office was able to accompany her which was great! The ladies visited a number of schools and the Ecolinc Science and Innovation Center at Bacchus Marsh College(a project participant). Here are some lovely photos of their time at Vermont SC in Melbourne.
Scarlett teaching the students at Hakjung Elementary School (Partners with South Morang) about what living in Australia is like, and to speak like an Aussie! The class was so great at figuring out phrases like “cuppa” and “brekkie”!!