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Posts by Sarah Cordiner

Everyone Has Something To Teach

Everyone has something to teach. The clues of what you can be teaching the world are in your life experiences. Today a shared a post on Facebook which originally was supposed to just be a brief snapshot of how I help people create their own online courses and how I got there, but it turned…

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Building Educational Efficacy in Post-Compulsory Education

Building Educational Efficacy in Post-Compulsory Education Author: Sarah Cordiner I have written a lot about educational efficacy in my books, but in this article, we will focus specifically on what it means in the post-compulsory education sector, and how you can nurture the educational efficacy of your students. When most educators or regulators assess the…

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Is Over-Regulation of The VET Sector Killing Our Children’s Futures?

Is Over-Regulation of The VET Sector Killing Our Children’s Futures? Author: Sarah Cordiner The Vocational Education and Training [VET] sector has seen a much-needed and dramatic advancement in the monitoring, assessment and governance of the quality of training and assessment since it’s national regulator ‘ASQA’ overhauled the Standards for Registered Training Organisations [RTOs] in 2015.…

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