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Play! A Symposium

Did you play as a child? Do your children play?

As a drama educator, play is central to the work that I do with students. Play is an exploratory vehicle that students can use to express themselves, think creatively, and explore scenarios and situations to generate new understandings and insights. 143 more words


How to sponsor a Tier 4 student: guidance for educators

New Tier 4 Guidance

The UKVI began working on changes to the Tier 4 guidance in December 2014. The latest version of the guidance published on March 2015 and it brings about some important changes to the way education providers work together and structure their sponsor licences. 1,212 more words


Your Guide to the Ontario Curriculum

“What did you learn in school today?”

It’s a question many parents ask their children every day. At its heart, it shows a desire to be… 166 more words


Slightly behind again

I told you this would happen! I knew I wouldn’t be able to keep it up, but I do have a very good reason. After school yesterday, along with my fellow teachers I went to the beach. 355 more words


Just Saying

Smart people don’t know it all, but they know more than most. The ones that attempt to educate you, listen. They are truly fighting to make you their equal, not trying to control how you think. 17 more words

Worthy Of Self


Presenting a new series here on Rooftop Reading the blog and the YouTube channel! This series will be the teacher resource series and will provide early childhood educators with a go to spot to find books, fine motor activities and gross motor activities for certain themes in their classroom. 183 more words


Maine DOE Biennial Budget Breakdown

AUGUSTA – Media is focusing narrowly on just one aspect of State funding to Good Will-Hinckley; specifically, the $530,000 allocated each year to an account for the “Center for Excellence for At-Risk Students,” an account established in 2009 to support Good Will-Hinckley (GWH), but not funded until 2011. 219 more words