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• has lived in Gawler since 1980, married to
Penny and has 3 children
• has 37 years experience in education and
• highly successful high school principal for
the last 19 years
• is used to hard work, "big picture"
decision-making and complex fnancial
My VISION for Gawler includes:
• protecting and promoting our unique
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• striving for an environmentally sustainable
• resolving sensible solutions to Gawler's
• building a strong and vibrant local
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• listen, be inclusive and be responsive
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out the situations vacant page
in today's Bunyip.
GAWLER East Primary School
assistant principal Michelle Pud-
ney is hoping to inspire students
and help them succeed in the
Ms Pudney has been implement-
ing Microsoft-sponsored program
21st Century Learning Design at
the school, which helps students
develop skills, including collabora-
tion, knowledge construction, self-
regulation, real world innovation
She was one of 48 teachers cho-
sen from across Australia and New
Zealand to participate in the Mi-
crosoft Innovative Educators Expert
Program, part of a global initiative
which recognises pioneer teach-
ers who use technology to improve
The assistant principal travelled
to Sydney earlier this month for the
program, which sees educators share
their experiences and best practices
with peers as well as Microsoft.
The Lyndoch resident is now
sharing her skills with Williams
town Primary School and Angle
Vale kindergarten and said she
wanted to work with more schools
in the future.
"It helps teachers become more
innovative practitioners and, again,
the best outcome is for the stu-
dents," she said.
She hopes the skills passed down
through this program will help stu-
dents adapt and be successful in the
She said students around the
world needed advanced skills "to
succeed in the globalised, knowl-
edge-based world of today" and
Gawler East Primary School was
leading the way by implementing
the 21st Century Learning Design
Gawler East Primary School assistant principal Michelle Pudney was one of 48 teachers chosen from across Australia
and New Zealand to participate in the Microsoft Innovative Educators Expert Program.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
wins high praise
LOCAL photographer Barry
O'Brien has printed a reissue of
his autobiography Take Me Pitcha,
Mister (A snapshot of an exciting
life outside the square).
The book was released earlier
this year and features a number
of anecdotes and some stunning
photographs from Mr O'Brien's time
working at The Advertiser.
The new, revised edition features
larger photographs and more stories to
whet the appetite of anyone interested
in learning about the behind-the-scenes
action in some of the most important
news stories in recent South Australian
LOCAL businesswoman Sue
Etherington has joined The Nappy
Collective campaign, which assists
homeless and young mothers in
The program collects unused
disposable nappies and redistributes
them to supporting organisations.
It will assist mothers in focusing on
the longer-term care of their infants, by
alleviating their difficulty in providing
basic necessities for their children.
Anyone wishing to donate can do so
by taking unused nappies to My Baby's
Room, 63 Murray Street, Gawler.
The collection began last week and
will finish on November 5.
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