Monthly Archives: October 2014

Choosing New Individuals

In my last post, I answered the first of three questions posed to me by a friend who is opening a new education initiative in Australia. I’d like to address the second of her questions in this post. The question … Continue reading

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In the Beginning – team initiatives and how to work with differences

A friend of mine read my previous journal post and had a few questions for a situation she is currently in. I certainly do not have extensive experience in beginning schools, but some of my other experiences in organising conferences … Continue reading

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Form, Function, Spirit.

As any cultural organisation develops and grows, the inspired and organically developed spirit that it expresses becomes hard to maintain within a necessarily standardising structure. They are in fact two different and mostly opposing forces – that of organisation/classification and … Continue reading

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Back in the Classroom

I am almost at the end of my first term back teaching after parental leave and it has been amazing. I’m really enjoying it; I am so much more at ease as a teacher and feel like I can relax … Continue reading

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