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We, as educators of our future leaders, have a vital role in the -as I call it! 'Education Change Game'.Have you upgraded your way of teaching? Or are you still practising the philosophies that were established during the industrial age?If yes, what have you changed? Is it working?If no, are you informed? Are you up to date with current research on why a change in the way we teach and learn is so essential to our…See More
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I recently received an email from a colleague who had addressed me as her "Marigold". I saw that the word marigold was hyperlinked, but as always, I was too busy and told myself I'd check it out later. A few days past and I saw the same colleague in passing, and she greeted me saying, "Hi Marigold'. I smiled, and we chatted and all the while I thought, I'd better go a check out that link! I just had to share…See More
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Have you ever considered yourself to be a ‘slow reader’?As a life-long learner, I always strive to develop myself professionally. This year I have put myself up to a challenge to be a voracious reader. My aim is to apply and model a growth mindset and to bust the myth that I tell myself that I am a ‘slow reader’.In discussion with a colleague and critical friend, I was asked, what made me think I’m a ‘slow reader’? And I wondered, does it even matter how fast I read? And, where did that ‘story’…See More
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Posted on March 7, 2018 at 22:22

The 'Education Change Game'

We, as educators of our future leaders, have a vital role in the -

as I call it! 'Education Change Game'.

Have you upgraded your way of teaching? Or are you still practising the philosophies that were established during the industrial age?

If yes, what have you changed? Is it working?

If no, are you informed? Are you up to date…

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Find Your Marigolds

I recently received an email from a colleague who had addressed me as her "Marigold". I saw that the word marigold was hyperlinked, but as always, I was too busy and told myself I'd check it out later. A few days past and I saw the same colleague in passing, and she greeted me saying, "Hi Marigold'. I smiled, and we chatted and all…

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Reading – Fast or Slow, Does it Matter?

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As a life-long…

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At 18:29 on April 22, 2009, Evan Bratt said…
Thanks Elaine!
Yeah, Darren sent me the link. He's always passing on useless things, but this looks cool! :) I see this a great way to gain and share new teaching ideas! Facebook for teachers!
Evan
At 23:36 on April 20, 2009, Cristina Milos said…
I am more than happy to be here - I am thrilled to have found you :D!
*starts browsing everything!
At 7:25 on March 25, 2009, Linda de Beer said…
Still looking for that fab picture to go with the cool design ;)
At 15:59 on March 23, 2009, Paula said…
Hi Elaine, yes taking time for R & R actually increases brain activity and has been proven to aid in maintaining brain elasticity as we age! Hip, hip, hooray for elasticity and yoga! See attached link for more.
http://musingsatapicnic.wordpress.com/2008/01/31/your-brain-is-a-giant-elastic/
 
 
 

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