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'Interventions' to help develop a Healthy and Active Lifestyle.


Intervention seems to be the rage at the moment, at least it is a buzzword in my school. It stems from ensuring pupils make the required progress and meet targets set. 1,392 more words

Physical Education

Learning beyond the classroom; implications for educators

Life is about people. It’s about people caring, sharing and helping each other. It’s about communities and social interaction. So why shouldn’t this basic premise be applied to how we learn? 257 more words


Resources for a New Semester, Part 4

The new school year is beginning!  (Or has begun a little while ago for some and will begin in a bit more time for others…)  So here is a new round of resources, concentrating on lesson plans, curriculum development materials, and perspectives concerning a variety of levels in media literacy education.   127 more words

Media Literacy

Chinese Articulation Symposium

On July 7, 2014, the CLC Department, in collaboration with the National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) and Ming Chuan University, organised a symposium on Chinese Articulation. 185 more words

Articles In English

Pedagogy and Community of Practice

Perhaps the biggest influence on the quality of teaching and learning in schools today are Curriculum and Pedagogy. These, by definition, must be able to provide students with all that they need to survive in the world. 452 more words

Course Work

Blame Teachers for Common Core?

Having participated with South Dakota science and math groups, from the first NSF-SSI (Statewide Systemic Initiative) in 1991, to 2009 when we handed off our final report (which merged into CCSS), we were all proud at the work we had done over the decades. 414 more words


New City Catechism: Lesson 3

This week’s question is “How many persons are there in God?” The full answer is “There are three persons in the one true and living  1,087 more words