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Teachers: Have a listen to these five podcasts!

Listening to a podcast is a great way of learning – especially when you are short on time and cannot…

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Empathy in the Classroom

People often think that empathy is synonymous with sympathy and they will use them interchangeably. According to the Oxford dictionary, empathy means…

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The Benefits of Failure

The Oxford dictionary defines failure as “the lack of success”. Succinct, to the point and very unemotional, I would say.…

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The Power of Encouragement

Words are extremely powerful! Do you truly understand the power that your words have in the lives of your learners?…

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Understanding an Introverted Child

Have you found yourself using these statements to describe children in your class? “He’s just quiet” “She’s just not very…

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DIY Valentine’s Gifts to Make With Your Class

It’s the season of love! Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Although this news can illicit a variety of…

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The Evolution of a School

“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change. “…

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Teacher to Teacher: Tsholofelo Lechuti

Growing up, Tsholofelo Lechuti was an inquisitive child who always questioned everything in her path. Being fortunate that her grandmother…

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Caine’s Arcade: Let Your Imagination Run Wild

Caine’s Arcade is a 10 minute documentary filmed by Los Angeles based filmmaker, Nirvan Mullick. It focuses on 9 year…

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What Teachers Make

Taylor Mali is a teacher turned teacher’s advocate, having taught in one capacity or another since 1990. He has inspired…

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