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Making Use of Apps for Learning

Stop worrying about which textbook to purchase, and start sifting through some useful and progressive technology that can actually help teach your students.

That’s what I want to tell some of my colleagues and countless other educators who are caught up in paper and materials rather than an environment that fosters learning. 544 more words


So...let's get things going

To blog, or not to blog?

That is the question.

I have been trying to decide for months whether I should write anything or not. The thing is, I don’t want to come across as any of my most hated teaching stereotypes – “the new teacher”, “the nothing-surprises-me-anymore” or – Heaven’s forbid -  “the I-hate-my-job”. 526 more words


Holiday Traditions

One of the things I enjoy the most in holiday seasons is celebrating (or breaking) traditions. I love the endeavor to forget our busy-ness for a day or two and to simply enjoy time with our loved ones. 115 more words


Cedar Rock, Dirt Roads and Brotherhood

One of the joys of growing up in a small southern town was the proximity of dirt roads. You didn’t have to drive very far to get to one. 1,411 more words


The Film Critic

Ready, Set, Action!

Angus Collocott, 28, a student studying a double degree of BCM and Journalism is an aspiring film critic, hoping to present an insightful, smart and funny view in the industry.  76 more words


'The Block' Star

The winner is…

Emma Davis, 18, hopes to pursue her ultimate dream of opening a shop alongside her idol Mark Tukey, designing and building furniture. But that’s not the only thing that she aspires towards, you also might see her presenting the news on channel 9. 66 more words