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Educators across the country are returning to their schools with fewer resources, larger class sizes, increased work loads, and the fastest
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I was inspired to write this post after speaking with a friend and colleague. Over the course of a lifetime and
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About a year ago I undertook a visit to Robin Hood Primary School in Birmingham. They had just joined our network and we were keen to learn about each other. What I saw was beyond inspirational! The most striking aspect was the can do attitude which was imprinted into the DNA of every child and staff member. This attitude allowed everyone to succeed and led to a confidence which enabled everyone to challenge the status quo…Continue
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Having just read the Guardian article on the demise of BECTA and the preceived opportunities that this brings I feel compelled to correct some miscomprehensions.
Whenever, there is a wrong which needs righting, and let's face it, there is much about ICT learning which is wrong, we always tend to look for a one hit magic bullet. Today it is the demise of BECTA which will ensure that standards rise.
Interestingly the article talks predominantly about secondary ICT…Continue
My first official working day at school was today...I witnessed ups and downs, heard screams of joy, and whirlpools of pessimism and
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TO Every Child That Walks Our Way
I am a Kindergarten Teacher because
I want to live in a better world
I want every child's voice to be heard
I want to make an immediate impact
I want to keep children's dignity intact…Continue
I have been teaching Kindergarten for six years now. Before that I taught at a Daycare for five year as I was in school for my undergraduate degree. I love my job. I know kids, I am a big kid. Everyday I enter the classroom, I recieve twenty hugs. The parents are great, I feel respected now because I have been in the same district for awhile and I am requested by parents every year.
The issues come up when I am talking to my friends or famiily. I here it all the time, "how is…Continue
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The following blog post is not party political, merely a commentary on 23 years experience of the education system in this country under 4 different governments.
Our school has always and will always challenge bullying where they find it and yet there is a system of institutionalised bullying which damages children, demotivates and intimidates staff and creates bullies as it moves through the system.
Have the Government legislated against it? No, they promote…Continue
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My name is Beth Still and my blog is Nebraska Change Agent.This particular post is a guest post on Wes Fryer's blog, Speed of Creativity. Basically what I am hoping to do is create a resource that can serve as a resource for people…Continue
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