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Popular Leaving Cert Study Scheme Starts

Once again UCD Library is offering its popular Leaving Cert Study Scheme, opening up the James Joyce Library for study purposes to those who will sit their Leaving Cert finals this year. 29 more words

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The Weekly Text, April 28, 2017

Of all the units on using the parts of speech I’ve built, the fifth, on pronouns, is the longest and most involved of the whole yearlong course of study. 248 more words

English Language Arts

Editor Interview: Hannah Rolls on Bloomsbury High Low Fiction

I’m delighted to welcome Hannah Rolls, Editor at Bloomsbury who works on the brilliant Bloomsbury High Low books.  Published this spring, the series aims to encourage and support reading practice by providing gripping, age-appropriate stories for struggling and reluctant readers, those with dyslexia, or those with English as an additional language.  830 more words

What happens after hours at CQUni?

Aside from the festivities at the Birdcage Bar on the Rockhampton North campus, some of you may be wondering… what happens after hours at CQUni? 455 more words


On Autism Awareness

Last weekend marked the tenth World Autism Awareness Day. Last week and for the rest of this month, people and organisations all over the world #LightUpBlue for fund-raising events and initiatives, to raise awareness, show solidarity and, importantly, to celebrate. 1,065 more words


An Explanation of Mercantilism for Struggling Learners

As I’ve mentioned ad nauseum on this blog, I work at a business-themed high school in Lower Manhattan. Mercantilism, a key concept to any high school social studies curriculum, is especially important in this institution. 126 more words

English Language Arts