Issue 3 Hard Copy Magazine
Another issue, another group of inspiring teachers…
It's kind of baffling to hold the stories of so many teachers inside one magazine. This issue is practically bursting out of the packaging. This was when I was told by my printing company that the magazine *quite literally* couldn't get any bigger.
The staples couldn't hold that many stories. Haha.
46 pages. Maximum. Stop there!
If you have ever dreamed of being a fly on the wall inside of a teacher-owned small business, then this magazine will share five successful stories, from teachers all over Australia who "went for it" and started a business outside of teaching.
Jordyn from Learning to Nganghaana taught us so much. She delved into the NAIDOC theme 'Always Was, Always Will Be', and yarned about how to respectfully and consistently embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into our classrooms. It's a privilege to listen and learn from First Nations educators.
The quality content continued with teachers sharing about wellbeing when moving rural, white privilege when teaching remote, and prioritising travel outside of the school terms. On these pages, we celebrated recharging in the holidays and filling our dang cups.
Guest writers in this issue include:
- The Urban Farmhouse
- Continuous Classroom
- Learning to Ngangaanha
- Mel Beames
- She Moved From the City
- Two Muppets and a Tent
- The Teaching Tools
- Mrs Edgar
- Teaching with Julia
- The Teacher Collective
- The Teacher Collection
This is one individual magazine. The thickness of the paper is 150GSM with a 300GSM cover. Please expect a pre-order waiting period of at least 6-8 weeks for printing and packaging.