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“These word are real, the students are real and the situation is real” A guest article by Glyn Lyndon a
In some schools there seems to be some rules teachers feel they need to follow. No one knows where these rules came from. The dusty typewritten rule sheet lies on an unreachable shelf in the geography cupboard with the old over head transparencies. So here are some rules that you have my permission to break.
This well I asked Twitter, through the special education slow chat (#SpEdSC) to share their favourite resources to
There are some excellent lessons us educators can take from George RR Martin’s epic tale of the fight for the
Inclusion is an issue has an impact on every school and every classroom. It is an area close to many
Soon after discovering twitter I stumbled upon the #teacher5aday initiative. This is basically an attempt to encourage educators to reflect