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Quadratic Inequalities

Irrational equations



Terms angle and radian. Generalization of the term angle. Trigonometric circle

Bilingual Education

#IMLD: Books for kids

Firstly, I’d like to say that I think there should be more books for kids about being bilingual. I’ve had an idea in my head for years for a children’s book, but it’s still in my head… 259 more words


Educating at the edge - the cutting edge

This blog will document my work as a curriculum consultant with the senior management group at a school in one of the NT’s ‘growth towns’. The twenty growth towns are being developed from Aboriginal ‘communities’ that developed from the beginning of the 20th century to provide a transition for Aboriginal people to new systems, services and means of production introduced by colonisation. 1,186 more words

Indigenous Population

Is Bilingualism Really an Advantage?

While we understand first-hand the advantages of being bilingual, this article on the New Yorker Magazine sheds light on studies showing the real distinct advantage is to the aging brain and that “When we learn to speak a different language, we learn to see a bigger world.” 7 more words

IN Spanish


We are Laura and Berenice, two bilingual educators from Washington, D.C. Over the years, we have used our academic knowledge, intuition and creativity to carry out one of the toughest tasks in education: to teach… 372 more words


Making the Grade by Carlos Najera

This year, 1917, my classroom at Haydock School was downstairs in the basement. Most of my classmates were also Spanish-speaking. I was lucky that way because the Mexican children that lived and worked out in the farms and ranches could not get to school at all. 404 more words

Family History