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Learning about Birds

We began our inquiry by discussing what we already knew about birds. The students documented their knowledge through their pictures.

Our students posed several questions related to birds. 205 more words


Ashtavakra Gita select 2

Ashtavakra Gita selection 2 [mixing both Un-Qualified Non-Duality UQND & Qualified Non-Duality Qualified Non-Duality]

If one knows oneself to be free, one is free, & if one knows oneself to be bound, one is bound. 719 more words


On Meaning

A friend mentioned an old saying that the Ganges River is a deep wide flowing river. And that it offers as much water as you want. 74 more words


"It would be difficult to find a more unsuitable and inappropriate site for such a development", Surrey oil drilling inquiry hears.

Local residents and politicians lined up to object to plans for exploratory oil drilling in the Surrey Hills near Leith Hill this morning.

They were giving evidence on the third day of a public inquiry into proposals by Europa Oil for an oil well at Bury Hill Woods, near Coldharbour. 885 more words


Why Do We Explore Space?: A Virtual Field Trip Opportunity

Ms. Kelly’s Kindergarten class has just amazed me across this year by how they have used a study of space to flow into so many of their standards.   482 more words


Annamalai Swami

[disciples who sat at the feet of Ramana Maharshi include Muruganar (who will soon be excerpted), Sadhu Om, Annamalai Swami, & others… 1,707 more words


Inquiry Learning in Primary Geography Classrooms

Posted on March 27, 2015 by SOLE Blog1 Comment ↓

What would an inquiry learning approach smell like, feel like and look like for primary school students learning with geography? 1,150 more words