My name is Tomaz Lasic, the author of “Human”.
I’m a father of two, a husband to one and only, a friend to many, high school teacher, makerspace manager, researcher, blogger, tweeter, water polo player and coach, soccer dad, runner … with an endless ‘to do’ list, (un)helpfully tall, fascinated by and bad at many things.
Over the years, and in no particular order, I have completed a Masters Degree (Research) in Education, taught in secondary schools (with mostly at-risk youth), taught, mentored and supervised pre-service and early career teachers, played and coached water polo from junior to elite levels, worked at Moodle HQ and so on.
I have been a teacher since 2000. I have taught Humanities (geography, history, economics, politics, philosophy & ethics) from lower to upper secondary school and have recently expanded into Design and Technology. I currently work in a government school in a low socio-economic area of Perth as a Design & Technology teacher and Makerspace Manager (our Makerspace website). I also collaborate with a counselling psychologist at Relational Teaching. helping teachers understand, manage the emotional aspects of their work and build better relationships with students and colleagues.
I am eternally interested in in “why things happen (in education) the way they do?”
I live with family near Fremantle in Western Australia.
Want to get in touch?
email: moodlefan at gmail dot com
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I used to have my own domain & blog at tomazlasic.net Let’s just say I don’t need it anymore – anything that was there is (back) here now. Apologies for any broken links.