Ms Lockyer’s Top Seven information sources:



Good for: pictures, women’s lives, mining techniques, Eureka, effect on Indigenous people




Good for: life as a prospector, the development of Kalgoorlie




Good for: Chinese on the Goldfields, health and doctors, daily life, Eureka, technology developments.




Good for: photos of people and places on the Goldfields




Good for: mining techniques, life for women and children, villains, photos.




Good for: an amazing story of an heroic rescue in the W.A. Goldfields.




Good for: law and order, living conditions, women’s lives.

Plant Exhibition Podcasts – 4B

At the centre of an Inquiry is the reflection on the process. We created podcast episodes by interviewing each other. Our questions were focused on technology process and using information.

Leave a comment for any of the podcast authors to let them know what you think of their thinking, or to ask them a question about their work.

Sienna and Scarlett

Clara and Katie

Bella and Annabelle

Hunter and Cale

David and Royce

Dani and Mia

Bella and Annabelle No. 2

Abbey and Bella

Tristan and Jaxon

James and Callum part 1

Sharks! Part 4

How’s Ms Lockyer going on her Sharks! work? Check out my first Scratch game here. I need a bit of help to get it working. Do you have any suggestions?

If you have a Scratch account, you can see the script for my game here, and can perhaps spot my mistakes:

I have had a go at making a graph to help explain what I learnt from the Twitter feed:

shark graph

Can you give me some feedback on my graph? I am wondering how I might improve it. I am also wondering if it shows any AHA! information on our inquiry. Please leave a comment here.


Sharks! Part 2


Watch the movie to work out where our thinking is, and how we can grow our thinking.


Choose a Storify document from this list. The Storify documents are snapshots of the Twitter stream for the Surf Lifesaving Association of WA.


slswa 27 feb






What do you notice? Are there any patterns? How can you summarise the tweets?

SHARKS! Part 1

We are learning to think about what we already know. We are learning to connect our prior thinking with new thinking. We are learning to make thinking connections with others.


Tips for the grid: respect others’ work and do not edit or delete their sentences. You may add to the same square in the PUZZLE or EXPLORE sections. Type your first name after your sentence.

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