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Teachers usually know what they should be doing to maintain a good work/life balance, but they often find there is a gap between their good intentions and actions
Whatever the reasons, a large number of children and adolescents report struggling with anxiety and depression. The research points to exercise, diet and meta cognition as the effective approaches to reduce these.
Anxiety and depression: Whatever the reasons, a large number of children and adolescents report struggling with anxiety and depression. The research points to exercise, diet and meta cognition as the effective approaches to reduce these.
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The Wellington Literacy Association has great pleasure in hosting a workshop "Exploring Literacy in a Play Based Classroom" with Linda Cheer from Longworth Education.
Session 1: Susan Paris and Kate De Goldi - Susan Paris and Kate De Goldi edited Annual and Annual 2, gathering original works by New Zealand’s best authors into a modern annual aimed at 9 - 13 year olds. Susan and Kate have written a comprehensive set of Teacher’s Notes…
Catch up with what the Wellington Literacy Association is doing in Term 1 2017