Growing up I spent my fair share of hours finding hideaways for reading, roaming the neighbourhood, swimming laps in the

pool and catching various bugs, lizards, crabs and other critters. I went on to get a Bachelor of Science and worked for a while as a geophysicist. These days, I’m the mum of 2 great boys and a teacher of 20 more young children. My wish for these children is that they become creative, resilient, risk-taking learners .

Career
Current Early Childhood Teacher for NT Department of Education 2008 Education Officer at Museum and Art Gallery of the NT

2006 Education Officer/Double Helix Club Co-ordinator at CSIRO Education 2000 Bachelor of Science (Honours), Australian National University, Canberra 2002 Seismic Engineer at WesternGeco 2005 Graduate Diploma of Primary Education, Charles Darwin University, Darwin

Education

Catherine Way
mum of 2 boys preschool teacher learning as I go

Things I talk about a lot
Lifelong Learning Science education Early childhood education Creativity Family, parenting and raising boys

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