The April newsletter has arrived, and it is jam-packed with details about what’s been happening in the Global LYNCs Project!
Click Here to read about what we’ve been doing, or visit our Newsletters page for links to this edition and our past newsletters.
I had the pleasure of coaching Jaimee Kiely a new teacher from Deer Park West this evening. She said her students are really ‘pumped’ and excited about the project especially as they are the only class in the school to be doing an international linkup.
Welcome to the project!
We were interested to hear of a planned symposium in September where telecommunications projects will form a focus. Global LYNCs will be included in the agenda as a model that is effective and efficient and inclusive. I suggested it might be a good idea to feature a link between two schools during the symposium. More later this year on that one.
Scarlett and I visited the wonder KSA HS in Busan again this year. We met with the Vice Principal Cho Chui Hee and discussed the possibility of a partnership with Mt. Clear SC with a particular focus on visitations and accessing the specialist Science and Language Centres the school operates. Scarlett had some wonderful ideas the incorporated visiting unique geographical and mining areas of Victoria then working with science based problem solving around these location and their current issues or challenges. Of particular interest was mining and engineering from the KSA perspective. More soon!