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Emma Rutherford
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Emma Rutherford

Melbourne, AU
I am a passionate teacher and educational leader who is determined to keep up with her 'digital-native' students and to support teachers and parents in embracing the opportunities of 21st century learning.

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Learner & Teacher
Qualifications:
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Teaching
  • Cert IV Assessment and Training
  • Masters in Religious Education
  • Post-Grad Certificate in Educational Leadership.

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  • Questions 0
  • Answers 4
  • Followers 8
  • Follows 4
  • Votes given 8
  • Votes received 15
Questions Answers Comments Votes
28Apr
What are the most educational activities for a 6 month old baby?

I agree with @Siobhan O'Neill's answers and would also add that from a very, very early age we can instil a sense of number. For example, when ...

18Dec

Every Christmas I challenge myself to find new and exciting ways of using tech to inspire my child. In my lab, I mean _office_, I have been ...

18Dec

I think we should encourage balance in all things. Not convinced it should be negatively predicated on 'switching off', but rather positively ...

18Dec

[Divided Attention Disorder](http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-12406677), or DAD, is a symptom of the digital age and the constant stream of ...

18Dec

As a long time blogger, I think that publishing should be on the curriculum, but don't necessarily think it should be given a title. Basing writing ...

18Dec

I have been a huge supporter of blogging for all students K-12 for a number of years now since I first introduced them into my teaching practice. ...

18Dec
Should my child buy their teacher a Christmas present?

I have received many wonderful presents from students and their families over the years, but none have been as treasured as the cards I have been ...

18Dec

There’s one thing that’s been inescapable on my Facebook timeline recently – nope, not Gangnam Style , that’s so five minutes ago – ...

18Dec

The fact is, the age limit is 13, so 13 is the earliest that a child should have a Facebook account. The way I see it, that's immovable. A parent ...

18Dec
How can kids create comics online?

Toondo is great. Easy to navigate...lots of options...age appropriate... I have used it with grade 3-6 children and they have managed it ...

18Dec

For all those little Stanleys wanting to be Stan Lees, there are now a wealth of online comic-making tools for even the youngest geek-in-training. ...

18Dec
Is Minecraft suitable for a 10-year-old?

I believe so. I run a Minecraft club at school and the children - both boys and girls - are highly engaged by this game. As they play together, I ...

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