Our iBook and a Podcast by Kate Arnott

Not only was the iBook about Teaching and Learning in our College recently published on iTunes, but we also attracted some attention from Kate Arnott, a podcaster who spoke at the Apple Distinguished School Conference 2017 about change.

Hi all

I would like to commend two recent GCC associated publications to you.You will recall that, as part of our application to be admitted  as an Apple Distinguished School we were required to prepare an iBook. The iBook is a collation of some of the exciting ways we are marrying technology and education here at the College. You would have seen the iBook in its last iteration but the final version is something really fantastic. I would commend it to all of you.

You can link to it directly here.  https://itun.es/au/oEEblb.l

DeLorean Project Podcast

While we were at the Apple Distinguished School conference recently we attracted the attention of a podcaster who runs an education and technology podcast called Leading Change. She was a former journalist with the ABC for many years.The podcast really captures some of the excitement the aims and the successes around the DL project in an extensive interview with Rob, lecturers from USC and some of the DL kids. It is good stuff.The Leading Change Podcast on the DeLorean Project is now live on all the podcast sites. We’ve embedded it on our website with links to iTunes and Podbean for iPhone and Android users respectively, but it can be played directly from our webpage:

http://www.deloreanproject.com.au/press/

It’s exciting to be part of both these projects and to see how the Lord as blessed us and far we have travelled over the past 17 years.

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