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Your study area – whether it’s at home, in a library, at school or at a friend’s house – needs to be organised and optimised for studying effectively.
As teachers we provide the knowledge and skills for students to complete their work. Our creative delivery methods of these are what makes us teachers.
You wouldn’t go for a run without first stretching and warming up, and you shouldn’t start writing before warming up your brain.
This year has been quite the rollercoaster and if you are anything like me – you need a laugh.
Last week I was in the kitchen cooking dinner, typing up an email, responding to a message from my sister, uploading a picture to facebook and this happened…
History has shown us that, even in times of fragility – such as conflict, natural disaster or limited state capacity – education still plays a fundamental role in society, and...
In response to the threat of COVID-19, everyone who can move their work online has been encouraged to do so.
There’s a chapter in Kurt Vonnegut’s book Slaughterhouse-Five that I’ve been thinking about a lot lately.
Two weeks ago, my daughter Jemma began to learn Farsi – a language as beautiful as its region of origin.