• Meet Our Team Members

    The iCentre team is focused on providing services that connect all our learners at Mt Alvernia College to the literacies needed for living and working in today's world. We are a specialist team and this week we would like you to meet our Library Technician, Jacqueline Bodel. 

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  • Short Listed Picture Books

    This term, our Yr 11 English Communication students are enjoying exploring the picture book genre and then writing their own. It is always a popular topic, and we suggest they look at the CBC Shortlist for 2016 to see some excellent examples of this genre - both in the Early Childhood and Picture Book of the Year categories. 

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  • Social Media Do's and Don'ts for Teachers

    We have some handy tips for our teachers who are completing Concepts and Practices for a Digital Age through the Mt Alvernia Professional Learning Centre. The infographic outlining the do's and don'ts for teachers using social media is a useful resource to assist them as they develop their PLNs as part of the course.

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  • Raymie Nightingale

    Raymie Nightingale is a delightful new book by Kate DiCamillo. Essentially, this is the story of a young girl, Raymie, and her two friends as they make their way through a series of adventures. It is highly recommended for Middle School readers and for anyone who loves Kate DiCamillo.

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  • Study Tips To Get Ready For Exams

    The study skills handbook, found under iLearn on this website, provides many useful tips for exam preparation and we highly recommend that students visit this site to enhance their study skills.  When we understand the purpose of exams, we have a better chance of success.  On the following page you will find 3 useful tips for exam preparation.

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