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Robot helps bring new curriculum to the classroom

“The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles, but to irrigate deserts.” – CS Lewis Like plants need water to grow, we believe learning requires inquiry to flourish. We have a 58-centimetre-tall NAO humanoid robot named P!nk at Our ...

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Grounds for success

The myriad effects of surroundings on wellbeing make green schools more necessary now than ever. The wheels screech as they hit the tarmac, and as we pile off the plane into the thick, soup-like atmosphere of Bali, I feel excited ...

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Firing up a dilemma

Zero-tolerance policies on drugs are common; is there ever a time to cut a student some slack? Although schools generally have extensive policies and procedures to guide students and teachers who face ethical dilemmas, there are times when we might ...

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Joint and several pitfalls

Legal dangers abound when interacting with the parents of students – and every situation is different. There are many complex issues surrounding interaction with parents that have the potential to trip up schools if not handled properly from a legal ...

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