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Freedom | If we didn't have to stick to the syllabus... | Andy Lewis

There has been a bit of an incident in another part of the internet. For reasons that I don’t fully understand, I came out badly. 93 more words

#TwitteratiChallenge | Not nominated yet, but happy to nominate... | Andy Lewis

Started by @teachertoolkit “In the spirit of social-media-educator friendships, this summer it is time to recognise your most supportive colleagues in a simple blogpost shout-out. Whatever your reason, these 5 educators should be your 5 go-to people in times of challenge and critique, or for verification and support” 55 more words

New Announcement System Better, but not Perfect

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“Thank God we don’t get a hundred emails every morning anymore.”

This is just one example of the comments many shared by a number of grateful IC students. 684 more words

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This is Andy | A bit about an Essex boy who teaches (and loves) RE | Andy Lewis

1) What’s my job title and where do I work?
Head of Year 10 and Assistant Subject Leader in RE at a Catholic, all-girls comprehensive in Havering. 92 more words

What is New in the Library?

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The Schewe Library’s motto is “Your Partner in Knowledge Creation.” The key term is “knowledge creation.” This is why the IC library and its staff are not satisfied with being just a warehouse to store old books in. 713 more words

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Jeff Regan and the New Public Safety Department

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For the students who don’t already know who he is, Mr. Jeff Regan is the new head of public safety (formerly known as Campus Security) here at Illinois College. 696 more words

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Tomorrow’s Teacher in Need of Volunteers

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When asked about what they thought Tomorrow’s Teachers is, some students responded that “it is some sort of club for Ed majors.” Another student’s response was that it is “something that pops up on the campus announcements on my email twice a week.” For many students, that’s all it is, an organization on campus that they receive emails for, but don’t actually know what it is. 544 more words

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