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Les pronoms relatifs

In English we say relative pronouns quite differently in comparison to French. In English we have who, whom, which, whoever, whomever, whichever, and that.

In French there is: 68 more words

School Work


I am a Primary Teacher Librarian in a PYP school in Melbourne and have had my passion for learning ignited, by been immersed into technology, through an IB Digital Citizenship workshop. 59 more words

Digital Citizenship

Teaching Financial Literacy

Once you learn to ride a bicycle, you can always ride a bicycle.  One of nature’s certainties.  Well, like most of our experiences, it is true only within narrow limits.  534 more words

Don Shaughnessy

How to photograph sunsets......

With the spring season finally deciding to make an appearance, we find ourselves with many opportunities to view some pretty colorful, and pretty amazing looking sunsets.   345 more words


Escape logic for truth

There is no limit. To nothing.

Think of expansion as infinite. As the universe would extend in accelerating velocity, you can too. Even better, it is more natural for you to develop and expand this way. 124 more words

Day 4

Behind the walls...

This is not like any ordinary day, last Monday I happen to visit a primary school. And equally it is not just any primary school but a place for… 1,207 more words


Measure This, #Rhizo15!

If you are teaching a course or conducting a training, those providing and taking ALWAYS want to know how you will measure success, learning, and performance. 806 more words