Managing Notes and Meetings

BY kim-e-sens If meetings make your heart flutter with the desire of freedom or make your mind switch off, knowing full well what pointlessness will chew […]

Open Corridors of Learning

Photo by Janko Ferlic from Pexels Do you perhaps remember those dark, quiet, almost semi forbidden corridors of learning? Corridors filled with labels, books, journals, where knowledge was […]

Stories and Action for Environmental Changes

Photo by Jennifer Moore from Pexels Shimmering lights, sparkles and and fluttering sequins. Darker days, dimmer lights. Winter approaches in the North and so too does Christmas.  With […]

Because We are Connected - Breaking Free from Plastic

There is something magical about bridges. They connect us. As well as possible threats, bridges bring communities closer, making each different community more accessible. And […]

Times for Tolerance

Political positions are not supposed to be embedded in classrooms. Or so some may say.  Teaching, like so many other activities, is never neutral nor […]

You, Me and the Bully

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels I wish I could say that schools are safe spaces. Spaces far from the bullying found in the workplace, on the streets and […]

Are You Beautiful?

BY TheDarkRayne  Well?  Are you beautiful? And how did you become beautiful? And what does beauty and the varying perceptions and concepts of beauty have to […]

Videos for the Humanities & Sciences

via GIPHYThere are so many ways to use videos in lessons and for post-lesson revisions (e.g. Edpuzzle and PlayPosit , previously known as Educanon); the problem […]

Fashion and the Arts

Kolorits Everyday life is filled with colours, textures, scents.  Everyday life is a display of habits, cultures, dreams.  Everyday life is filled with  Fashion Trends […]

The Pumpkin Patch

As a child, I grew up celebrating Halloween and Valentine's Day.  Halloween was definitely a lot more fun with colours and costumes, promising buckets of […]

Who is Your Hero?

There has always been good news, bad news, unsettling news, joyful news. Often, it is a question of perspective, outreach of consequences, how an event […]

Reading -For Kindergarten to K12

Photo by Ivandrei Pretorius from Pexels I can't remember ever meeting a child who didn't like stories. Stories, whether short or long, simple or complex are practically part […]

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