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Supporting a good cause and having fun at the same time! Sweet dreams charity diary

Doesn’t seem two minutes since @cazzwebbo sent me a message asking me if I would be willing to be involved in a charity diary to raise funds for @famholidayassoc  486 more words

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Should There be More Male Primary Teachers?

Yesterday I tweeted this link http://schoolsimprovement.net/head-calls-on-more-men-to-go-into-primary-school-teaching from @schoolsimprovent. The post was from a female primary head teacher calling for more men to go in to primary school teaching. 962 more words

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What It's Not

Inclusion is a funny thing that seems to mean all sorts of different things to different people, so I thought I’d put together a list for those of us who have special people in their lives, be that professionally or personally; you know those people who find it difficult to learn things or have specific disabilities. 391 more words

Down Syndrome

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Training, teaching and learning.

Tim Taylor (@imagineinquiry) epitomises everything that is Good about twitter. He is supportive and encouraging. He respectfully challenges and probes ideas, strategies and positions. He is equally gracious in being challenged with his own beliefs, which are always well thought out. 2,034 more words

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DIY Cardboard Box Footstool

Footstools are one of those items that get used a lot in my house.  In addition to giving my tired feet a little lift, they also provide extra seating, storage, or when used with a tray, they can serve as a small table.   899 more words

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Finger Clickin' Good...

I’m not afraid of a twitter scrap – or any scrap to be honest – but you have to think carefully before you take on people who you a) respect and b) suspect are cleverer than you are. 1,036 more words

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Day Trips

I did not go the ResearchEd event in London this weekend.  Neither did I spend the day watching the live stream, or reading about it via my tweet mates insights.  1,145 more words

Teaching

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