Letters from Literary Outposts

Letters from Literary Outposts

English teachers at Hoppers Crossing Secondary College recently journeyed down the trapdoor on a quest for tips, tricks and tools to transform Year 8 students into brilliant, majestic talespinners. Ernest Price, Director of English, sent us a letter sharing all the fun the teachers and students have had since.

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Hello Future Self

Hello Future Self

On October 5, hopeful time travellers can make an interactive screen-based installation called Hello Future Self, thanks to artist Steve Berrick. Children will draw and create characters that his technology will bring to life through real-time animation.

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SLEEPY heads get together

SLEEPY heads get together

A Monday morning creative breakfast club for Year 1 to 4 at Tarneit P-9 is giving the students an exciting and fun start to the week, and improving student attendance and engagement.

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Fitbits and Baby Apes

Fitbits and Baby Apes

In this podcast, young writers at 100 Story Building share micro stories and discuss important matters such what if Fitbits could act as ‘homework completers’, would World War III spell the end of Taco Bell and where do baby apes sleep?

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Story Cups and Bites

Story Cups and Bites

Through our Story Cups & Bites project, we convinced eight local cafes to join us in amplifying the creative voices of the young writers at 100 Story Building. For the duration of the festival, the cafes will be adding their stories into your order via coffee cups, zines and photo frames.

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Your Twine to Choose!

Your Twine to Choose!

Twine is a special program that lets you write stories, which are also games: they can go in different directions, remember things the reader did, and have lots of different endings. Twine is free to download and use. You don’t even need to know how to program! Twine uses a simple language that is easy to learn. 100 Story Building have started running workshops using Twine with our...

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