Both Goondiwindi State School and Stanthorpe State School have significant membership in and commitment to the district’s CAP team – Curriculum, Assessment, Pedagogy. The CAP team’s motto is – Learning to Learn from one another in the Warwick District. In an effort to model this motto, and as a response to Education Queensland’s commitment to embedding multiliteracy theory into pedagogy, assessment and planning, our schools saw an opportunity in the Learning by Design project.

Latest publications:
What Makes a Good Leader

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Connecting with Cultures

Learning element on cultures around the world integrating English, Media, Drama, SOSE and ICT.

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Not Just for Squishing...Our Minibeasts Museum

Learning element on mini-beasts integrating English, ICT, Technology and Science.

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On track ... for our Railway Garden

Learning element on the use of railways in Queensland and the creation of a Railway Garden.

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Not Just for Squishing...Our Minibeasts Museum

Learning element on mini-beasts integrating English, ICT, Technology and Science.

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Healthy Living

Learning element on healthy lifestyles integrating Health, Literacy, Maths and Science

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What is our Serpentine Creek? Analysing a Local Creek

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Think or the World will Stink ... convince me!!

Learning element on global issues integrating English, Mathematics, Media, SOSE, ICT and Multiliteracies

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Spag Bridges

Learning element on designing and constructing a bridge integrating Science, Mathematics and Technology.

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Is Quart Pot Creek Really a Creek

Learning element on ecosystems associated with creeks and rivers integrating English, Science, SOSE and ICT.

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