Read more about the article Listen to the Maths: How teaching doubles encourages us to care for the world.
We can't just 'take care of our own'. It is more than our moral duty; it is our only chance of long term survival. If you can't listen to your heart, listen to the maths.

Listen to the Maths: How teaching doubles encourages us to care for the world.

Who'd have thought teaching doubles to four year olds could save the world? Maths teaches us to reduce poverty. It is more than our moral duty; it is our only chance of long term survival. If you can't listen to your heart, listen to the maths.

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Read more about the article My Mother’s Feet: and what they have taught me about love.
Look after one another's feet...

My Mother’s Feet: and what they have taught me about love.

Maundy Thursday recounts the story of The Last Supper. A poignant part of the story is where Jesus models humility and service in the washing of the disciples' feet but less of a focus is Peter's reluctance to receive it. The story teaches us about the nature of love and it reminds me of my mother's feet.

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Read more about the article Shining a Light on Meaning and Purpose: What kind of a curriculum does that?
A great curriculum, delivered in alignment with its intent, brightens lives.

Shining a Light on Meaning and Purpose: What kind of a curriculum does that?

An illuminating curriculum that is delivered in alignment with its intent, brightens lives. It is not about programming minds to regurgitate information on command. We need to ensure children continue to THINK and CREATE.

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