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Never Say Never

Early last week, I talking to an intern from the organization next door to my office and she told me how she is getting her master’s degree in Social Work with a global concentration. 812 more words


Google Code Next Lab

What is the Code Next lab?
In Google’s Code Next lab, students take classes to improve core math and science skills, use cutting-edge technologies to reimagine and build the future, and take risks while proudly displaying their attempts en route to big breakthroughs. 96 more words

Learning Spaces

Wednesday period 5 - Homework, trying to make it work better.

As a classroom teacher for a generation, I’ve always set homework, doable, purposeful homework. As a chemistry teacher my favourites involve some experiments at home ( testing pH etc) but I do like research too – it’s what we chemists do of course. 1,499 more words


Religious Education and the Paranormal: Discussing Anomalous Experiences in the RE Classroom

In recent years, scholarly attention in academic religious studies has shifted towards a focus on paranormal topics as an avenue for deepening our understanding of religion more generally. 3,723 more words


Differentiated learning: How to square the circle

For creative writing practitioners working in a primary or secondary school can be an exciting yet daunting process. There is a different expectation when delivering such creative workshops within an academic setting, as each project should have added educational value. 889 more words


26: Why Basic Education Matters

Parliamentary Liaison Officer for Equal Education, Andile Cele, joins the podcast to highlight the importance of primary and secondary education in the transformation of the higher education sector. 125 more words