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WLFS History Conference - Part Three

Narratives are Complex

You can find a guide to my three posts, and other people’s reviews here.

The session that I took most from was probably Vartan Tamizian’s session on historical narratives. 595 more words

Curriculum

Letter A: A is for Apples

This week is all about the letter A and Apples!   Preschool is all about play and exploring so just take some of the ideas and run with them.  303 more words

Museum Monday: Quick Tips for Using Museum Resources for Teaching-#BLOG365 Day 154 #sschat

I have spent the last 8 years  collaborating with countless teachers and students on a museum-integrated approach to learning. It doesn’t take a complete overhaul of your curriculum or your school design to extend learning using museum education strategies. 936 more words

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Creative Curriculum

Couple of months back, my friend and I had an interesting discussion about why creative curriculum is important in the current education scenario.My friend is a teacher in a school in the U.A.E. 404 more words

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Openings at Lead School – Delhi and Mumbai

At Lead School, our Mission is to empower India by making excellent education, accessible and affordable to every child. To bring our mission to life, we set-up and operate our own LEAD schools in rural areas and partner with other APS and Govt. 50 more words

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Michael Moore: Where do we invade next?

“Where to Invade Next?”

You know Michael Moore, that sloppy looking bloke whose fond of stirring the possum.

On Monday, 26 February 2017 he presented a documentary on SBS, which can be found of your TV’s “SBS on Demand”, called  Where to Invade Next?  507 more words

Australia

Students can now directly apply for double majors at NUS

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: The National University of Singapore (NUS) on Monday (Feb 27) said students looking to study there can directly apply for double majors or a specific major-minor pairing if they know what they want to pursue.  565 more words

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