I’ve been absent from the Internet for several days on a self-imposed Internet-free zone – actually it was almost a completely computer-free zone as well. Sometimes I find it very necessary to step back and…

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It’s one thing to what to have students outdoors and learning about the world around them in a garden setting. It’s quite another thing to have everything organised to ensure things run smoothly. With Earth…

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Being a NIT (Non-Instructional Time / Non-Contact) teacher can be hard work. On one hand you usually get to plan only a few units because you get to teach it over and over again with…

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Here is another great activity to set up at the start of the year. The start is the best as then *hopefully* what the students have learnt will be carried through the year!

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Before I begin about another idea you might want to consider for your new class in 2016 I wanted to make mention of a blog change…

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