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Easy Protein Balls - There's a Hazlenut in every bite.

This really is the easiest recipe for making protein balls  There’s literally no cooking or baking involved. All you need is a blender or juicer and a fridge, oh and half a dozen  ingredients. 132 more words

Ian Goudie

deborsreflections reblogged this on Empty Nest Reflections and commented:

Cheat blogging - reposting another's initiative. BUT (note that is a big BUT) this could really help my planning for the Running Club I rashly suggested I would 'run' for Y5 and Y6 this autumn. Oh, the foolish things we say the day after the GP says we should exercise more! Anyway, given that I have no intention of spending 90 minutes lapping the playground in all weathers, a curriculum that covers nutrition, stretching, calculating personal best, sports journalism and, possibly, half an hour of running, does not go against the Trade Description Act. Does it?

Integration is Innovation in Education

Integration has been such an old approach but rarely formalized from where I come from. Moving to the 22nd century, our team in SFE has now envisioned that the way to make learning more efficient is to break the boundaries of fields or subjects. 173 more words

Teaching Education

Technology Update

What if Technology was controlled by the End User rather than the designer?  In other words, what if the user envisioned their need for technology and the designer created it for that specific user or users.   166 more words

Education

Grammar versus Creativity

Do (or is it ‘does’?) spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) destroy creativity? This debate is rarely far from the agenda in a typical primary school staff room. 579 more words

Creative

Cool Your Jets, Teachers. I know I have.

Between my writing and dramas and other pursuits, I do this regular thing called my day job where I teach for a living. I really do enjoy it. 593 more words

Teaching & Education

Education At It's Whiniest

I’m pretty freaking tired.

A lot has been going on in my life–and I mean a lot, giving some huge evidence that the cliche ‘when it rains, it pours’ is a real live thing.   330 more words

Random But Real

Ramblings on Latitude and Longitude Using a Lightboard

Fall 2015 my university commissioned one of our on-campus engineers to design and build not one but two Lightboards. If you aren’t familiar with what a Lightboard is you’ve come to the proper blog. 583 more words

Geography