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Book Week is upon us! Yes, The Children’s Book Council of Australia’s annual Book Week is just a weekend away, and this year the theme is ‘Books light up our world’. They sure do, and we are going …
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Some ‘enlightening’ ideas . . .
Some acknoledgmentSo, you need an image for your blog? We’ve spent some time categorizing our favorite sources for free images and organizing them in such a way as to help you find what you’re looking for. Here are …
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Some acknowledgment to the site would still be necessary – to keep students in the habit of attribution of source..
Code and programming may not be the most important topics on the planet but it is an area of study that sufferers two major problems. one: an industry with millions of unfilled job positions and two: a world where not enough teachers feel confident to run programming projects. The iPad can offer a solution in these situations.
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A few to investigate!
“Looking for some interesting free documentaries to use in your class or probably use for your own professional and intellectual growth? This list from Open Culture has you covered. It features around 200 free documentaries spanning a wide range of topics from history to arts and science. All of these documentaries are provided with a short description about their content together with a link to the page where you can watch them and read more about the contextual information surrounding the topic they cover. It will take you awhile to sift through the entire list but we are pretty sure you will come out with some good documentaries to share with your class.”
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