The teacher is supposed to be the adult in the room:
A teacher who encouraged students to jump off cliffs in Vanuatu, hosted hikes through surging creeks and took excursions that warranted the aid of emergency services has admitted he might have been “over-confident” in his outdoor education experience.
The teacher is a principal of a private school that provides primary and secondary distance education.
He came before the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) in May accused of endangering students’ welfare.
He had, the Queensland College of Teachers claimed, demonstrated reckless behaviour that made him unsuitable to teach.
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