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Talentnook is coming to town....

Hi all – Season Greetings!

2017 is coming to a close and what a year it has been! It was January 1st, 2017 when I decided to move forward with a neighborhood learning model for kids.  335 more words


How can teachers benefit from Group lessons ?

Earlier we discussed the benefits group lessons have on students. Here is a quick infographic on how teaching group of students benefits the teachers.


New Resource: Using stories to explore disability and inclusion in primary education settings

Interested in Disability and Inclusion in primary education settings?

We are working with our Canadian partners to develop stories promoting inclusion, using stories.

Our first collaborative effort is Lucky Louise – A story about a very special duck. 79 more words


Webinar Review - Myths and Facts about Women in IT

This webinar is about the myths and facts about women working in IT, it utilises 2 women speakers that both share their experiences about their personal and working lives. 247 more words


Introduction into social media and privacy on the internet – The future of privacy and social media (Blog Post 6)

In the first blog post, the question was asked about if the meaning of privacy has changed since social media has been introduced and is it affecting people. 478 more words


White Paper Critique – Security Guide for Social Media by David Sancho

This blog entry will be used to critique a white paper to determine whether the ideas and facts it portrays is relevant and true to its nature. 569 more words


Introduction into social media and privacy on the internet – Do children and young people understand their privacy rights on social media? (Blog Post 5)

It can be worrying for children and young people (13+ years) that use social media as they may not understand their privacy rights. When looking at the documents they are quite lengthy and use a lot of confusing terms. 340 more words