Shelanu is a bi-annual Bialik community magazine that’s mailed out in time for Pesach and Rosh Hashanah. It highlights what’s happening in Bialik College and celebrates current students as well as alumni achievements.
Shelanu is Hebrew for ‘ours’ and truly reflects the inclusivity of the Bialik community.
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Make sure you receive the next issue of Shelanu in your mailbox, send us your full name, tell us how you’re connected to Bialik College and most importantly, your postal address to [email protected]edu.au
The Prospectus is a great piece of reading material for new and prospective families. It outlines our school culture, the rich learning opportunities and programs available as well as highlighting some of our exemplary facilities.
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Find out more about Bialik by exploring our website and email [email protected] to book a tour and talk to our enrolment team.
The annual report is made for compliance for the Victorian Regulations and Qualifications Authority (VRQA).
LEARNING + PEDAGOGY
This publication was prepared by Edward P. Clapp from Harvard University and explores Bialik’s unique approach to learning and enquiry.
Each year, Bialik’s Early Learning Centre (ELC) showcases the “Windows into Children’s Thinking” Exhibition in a single publication. The annual exhibition highlights the curiosity, theories and research of our ELC students and their teachers.
Email [email protected] to request a copy.
Making Thinking Visible: How to Promote Engagement, Understanding, and Independence for All Learners (Paperback published May 3, 2011)
This book A proven program for enhancing students’ thinking and comprehension abilities.
Visible Thinking is a research-based approach to teaching thinking, which began at the University of Harvard’s Project Zero, that develops students’ thinking dispositions, while at the same time deepening their understanding of the topics they study. Rather than a set of fixed lessons, Visible Thinking is a varied collection of practices, including thinking routines, small sets of questions or a short sequence of steps, as well as the documentation of student thinking. Using this process thinking becomes visible as the students’ different viewpoints are expressed, documented, discussed and reflected upon.