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Four pillars of successful leadership
Leadership manifests itself in a multitude of different forms, and individual fields have unique demands on those they ask to...
A dynamic, challenging, rich and diverse learning experience.
An Atomi partner school story: Aquinas College.The challengeWith the new QCE changes, it has been a great challenge for both...
Partner School Stories
Overcoming our unconscious anti-technology bias
In an era where partisanship is far too often the way we approach a given field, there is a temptation to divide our world into...
Making your student an agent of knowledge, not a recipient
There is something intuitive to the notion that actively seeking new knowledge (as opposed to passively accepting it) best...
The importance of studying maths
I come to this topic from a perspective of wisdom through age rather than appreciation through passion. Disappointingly I gave...
Filling the group space with active learning tasks
If we are serious about providing a 21st-century curriculum, we also need to provide a 21st-century learning experience for our...
To follow your passion or not
Recently I read a piece from a young man who claimed that rather than try to find yourself through your endeavours, your...
What actually is the point of education?
A recent online article published in The Conversation (17 June 2019), provided some food for thought on this vexing topic. The...
Can using video improve student outcomes?
Anecdotally, the use of video in teaching and learning has long been accepted as having a positive effect on both cognitive and...
Strive to do well
An Atomi partner school story: Tooleybuc Central SchoolThe challengeAcross both the Senior and Junior campuses of Tooleybuc...
Partner School Stories
Just how valuable is professional development?
We all know that professional development is designed to help us keep up-to-date with the most recent advances in knowledge and...
Differentiating professional development for your staff
Defining the optimal sources of PD for your staff has historically fallen into three categories with at least three different...
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