Let’s talk about women in politics.
Ramping up to the 2016 caucuses, we have two female presidential candidates: Carly Fiorina (R) and Hillary Clinton (D). … 943 more words
I really really want this to be a post on the difficulties of balancing curriculum content, quality teaching, school priorities and behaviour management. I want to share my analysis on the challenges of classroom teaching, the need for Gonski and the endless political reforms that create more work for teachers and don’t solve many problems other than the desire for a better ‘two party preferred’ score. 62 more words
I love the story of Robin Hood.
I loved the fox Robin Hood, Erol Flynn’s version is EVERYTHING, and I loved the various British series on the man in green. 558 more words
Reading the news is always something of a roller-coaster. There are high points and low points. Maybe I should say, though, that the news is more like riding a rickety roller-coaster, because at the end, I usually wind up feeling off-balance, confused, and a tad sick to the stomach, with little of the rush riding a good coaster gives me. 339 more words