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Most recent update: January 26, 2005 at 11:00 p.m. Atlantic Time (GMT-4)
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Teaching and Learning Portfolios Support for the development of teaching and learning portfolios from Curtin University's Learning Support Network. Professional Portfolios are increasingly used in Australian universities for personnel purposes, such as appointment or promotion, or in the context of staff development. A Professional Portfolio comprises a section for Teaching and Learning and a section for Research and Development. From EdNA Online on January 26, 2005 at 2:30 p.m..

Professional Development: Portfolios NSW HSC Online Professional Development resource to help teachers develop professional portfolios. It provides information about the nature, purpose and design of a portfolio and guides those undertaking the development of a portfolio with a series of questions and activities. When the questions and activities have been completed the teacher will have a functional portfolio, in either paper or electronic form, developed away from this node, that can be used for personal reflection and career development purposes. From EdNA Online on January 26, 2005 at 2:30 p.m..

Teacher Professional Learning (DET NSW) Information to support school planning and teacher professional learning for NSW DET schools, including the Professional Learning Exchange: a statewide database of DET professional learning opportunities; the Professional learning policy for schools and guideline documents, and a range of resources for school innovation and teacher professional learning. From EdNA Online on January 26, 2005 at 7:30 a.m..

Stepping Stones Foundation The Stepping Stones Foundation aims to inspire lifelong confidence, leadership, community involvement, goal-setting and achievement in Australia's youth. They believe in the value of practical life experience and providing mentors for young people from all regions, cultures and walks of life. They have a passion for supporting young people living in rural and indigenous communities though rural tours, and personal and professional development workshops. From EdNA Online on January 26, 2005 at 2:30 a.m..

Restoration drama The Restoration Drama Web site grew out of a series of seminars for students at Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan. It hosts background information on some of the authors, styles, and preoccupations of English drama during the Restoration period and the eighteenth century. Much of the content is in note form, although the site may be of interest to undergraduates requiring a quick refresher for revision. A section on the social background of the period consists of various short excerpts, mostly from secondary texts, describing attitudes to marriage, women, sex, servants, and makeup. The site From New Humbul Resources on January 26, 2005 at 2:30 a.m..

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