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Dr Ian Broinowski


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short description:
Teacher in Children's Services, background in social welfare
long description:
Dr Ian Broinowski, PhD, Med, BA(Soc Wk), BEc, Dip Teach, is currently an advanced skills teacher in children's services at the Institute of TAFE Tasmania in Hobart, Australia. Ian has a background in Economics, Social Work and Education. He has taught in a wide range of subjects in aged care, disability services, childrenís services, community and youth work. He worked in for a period as a house parent in Bristol, England and Northern Ireland. He has also held positions as a child welfare officer in Tasmania and NSW. Ianís publications include Child Care Social Policy and Economics, (1994) Creative Childcare Practice: Program design in early childhood, (2002) and recently Managing Childrenís Services 2004. He has spent the last five years studying his PhD at the University of South Australia in which he examined the relationship between enchantment, imagination and creativity, and the quality of the work of the early childhood educator. Ian was a awarded the Jean Denton national scholarship in 2001.
level of difficulty:
all welcome
minimum class size:
fee comments:
$80 - $100 per hour
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Dr Ian Broinowski

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Teacher in Children's Services, background in social welfare

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duration: 1h 0m
fee: 80US$  (800lp)
payment: on satisfaction
delivery method: self-paced

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Ian Broinowski

description of :
Open minded, belief in teahceing people to help themselves. If you don't want to learn ask someone else
Teacher's qualifications:
PhD in Early childhood Education, Diploma in Teaching (TAFE) Masters in Education
's preferred teaching style:
Make people question, challenge their value base. You can give someone a fish or teach them how to fish - I believe in the latter

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