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New maths assessment required

Formal assessment for the sake of collecting data makes no sense to me.

I am opposed to anything that is the cause of unnecessary stress and anxiety to learners; generates extra work for teachers and does nothing to inform learning and teaching. 484 more words

Jina

Support Student Scholarships for USC’s 3rd Annual Day of SCupport

On May 4, USC is holding its third annual Day of SCupport, bringing the USC community from around the world — alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff, and friends — together to demonstrate the loyalty and generosity of the Trojan Family. 101 more words

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What Do Leonardo Da Vinci and Albert Einstien Have in Common?​

                      DYSLEXIA

DYSLEXIA is a specific and common learning disability that causes problems with reading, writing, and spelling. It does not affect a person’s intelligence.

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HONOUR THE CHILD

At a recent IB Conference, Jayne Pletser leaves me with these profound words, “Honour the child”. Which leads me to ponder, what, at the end of the lesson/ day/ week/ term/ school year do we do to honour the child? 149 more words

Jina

Autism Awareness

Today marks the eleventh World Autism Awareness Day. Last week local groups across Britain got together for fund-raising events and initiatives, to raise awareness, show solidarity and, importantly, to celebrate. 1,065 more words

Parenting

Letters and sounds

As with all my infographics, this one can be downloaded for printing. There’s a link at the bottom of the page. There’s also a link to download sets of alphabet cards for the games. 50 more words

Parenting

Hello, world!

As support teachers, we have a crucial role in the classroom. As one student eloquently put it, we are the lifeguards that save kids when they are drowning. 54 more words

Learning Support