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13-03-2015

Our CPD Product Manager Trisha recently received her copy of TeachIt Primary.  This week I received my e-newsletter from TeachIt Primary where they share Top Tips for various areas of teaching and learning each month. In this edition...

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Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Mastering Maths in KS2


19-01-2015

Our CPD Product Manager Trisha responds to an article in the January edition of the SEN Magazine.  In the January 2015 edition of SEN Magazine, I came across an article entitled, “Seeing the Positives” by Rosie Edmonson....

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Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Seeing the Positives: Dyspraxia and Dyslexia


24-03-2015

Trisha, our CPD Product Manager, discusses the additional support that children may require. If you were to look at the organisational structure of a school 20 years ago and compare it to schools today you would notice a lot of changes. As the...

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Category: Australian Teachers

Read: Working in Schools Today - Specialist Support and Intervention


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