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Rusting my Little Heart Out

Lately I’ve been rusting fabric for a series I’m working on.

I like to use old linen table cloths or napkins, as well as my dear supply of vintage seed and feed bags. 394 more words

Art Quilts

Insight, the counter factual to what we know

A belated response to a package I unexpectedly left for a friend who apologized for not acknowledging its arrival sooner. ended with

” more importantly , I am at a loss for words.   451 more words


Employee Engagement

Earlier this month we help a CPD seminar on the topic ‘Employee Engagement’ at the Training Foundation’s offices in Coventry. This month I am going to use this blog to discuss the main themes and points. 357 more words


Inspiring stories with Jeannie Baker

The Australian National Maritime Museum is proud to host award winning children’s author and artist Jeannie Baker for an exclusive chat. Join us as we talk to Jeannie about her new picture Circle. 145 more words


Programming interview: sell your real self

We are looking for a software developer.

We need more hands on deck. And therefore, we are interviewing. As an interviewer, one can see the process from the other side of the table. 426 more words


Classroom Discussion Techniques- Part 1

Summer break affords me time to read new articles, reflect, and revisit the stacks of literature piled on my desk, and accumulated in an electronic folder called “things to read.” Discussion pedagogy continues to intrigue, inspire and challenge me. 1,133 more words


Friends of Ten!

Tonight with my Year 1 tutoring student, we worked on our Tens Facts. Again. It feels like we are ALWAYS working on our Tens Facts…because they don’t seem to sink in! 294 more words