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Children's Writing And Mindfulness

Writing reflects our way of tying to observe our thoughts and mind.

This article has been a long time coming. To try and approach the complex issues of the relationship between mindfulness and writing has been interesting but difficult.

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Islam in the Christian College?

The conference mentioned below in this previous post has been funded and will take place on the campus of Gordon College on September 21, 2015. For more information, write to cfi@gordon.edu or go to… 411 more words


What did you wish you knew when you started out as an assistant professor?

Answer by James Fisher:

I wish I had taken Clint Eastwood’s cautionary advice to heart: “A man’s got to know his limitations.”

In retrospect, I think I overestimated my ability to teach others.

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Saint Louis University

Teaching Science using EdTech

Ok, so yesterday I delved into teaching History/Social Studies using EdTech. While I started that as more of a personal flaying of myself for not having noticed just how under-taught history is in schools, it turned out to be a rather interesting and popular topic. 578 more words

Educational Technology

Art- Viking Ships

Each year, our school has an “Art Attack” day. We spend an entire day working on art projects which are shown in our school Flower Show and Calf Club Day (kind of like a gala day), and the top placed pieces are then entered in the local A&P Show (think a community gala). 337 more words


Part 1 - The Big Picture

Part 1 – The Big Picture

My first year as a teacher, I sang a little song as I rolled my teacher box to my classroom every morning, “I get to teach today, I get to teach today, I get to teach today…” I did wonder how long it would last. 889 more words


Core Values + ClassDojo

This year our school has adopted the 5 C’s for our core values and overarching motto. They underpin our relationships with students, the Chapels and devotions we have and our behaviour management. 233 more words