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When your Mom is a Musician

When your parent is a musician, life can be a little different for you. There are quirks, really. I didn’t realize this until I had children of my own. 435 more words

Music Education

Elevator Principle - Do you lift people up or take them down?

Elevator Principle – We can lift people up or bring people down in our relationships. Relationship in this case being any sort of interaction with others. 504 more words

Ten faculty members awarded summer research grants

Ten faculty members were awarded summer research grants through the Office of Sponsored Programs. The grants are for tenured and tenure-track faculty through two programs: Summer Faculty Grants and Senior Summer Faculty Grants. 177 more words

Faculty

Anthem & The Village: A Book/Movie Comparison

My 10th grade students and I just finished reading Ayn Rand’s Anthem last week. We began the unit by talking about Objectivism and what it is Ayn Rand believed philosophically. 685 more words

Anthem

Teaching ‘shared humanity’ and promoting inclusive belonging in schools. Could this be an answer to radicalisation?

by Sue Roffey

The shooting of a police accountant by a teenage boy in Parramatta last year the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris have led to increasing calls to identify young people who are at risk of… 795 more words

Directions In Education

Tips to Survive Unemployment

First of all, unemployment is not the end of the world. In some cases, as in mine, it is the end of a bad relationship or an abusive boss (note I used boss and not leader). 494 more words

Whoooooaaaa, we're half way there!

I have survived! (My first half term at school!)

It has well and truly been a five week roller coaster and it feels strange that I go back to university for a week before the half term holiday. 236 more words

PGCE