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Maureen Titheridge on teaching in Arabia

By Maureen Titheridge 18 July, 2010

How long, and where, have you been working in the Arab states? I’ve been in this part of the world for 3 years. I began at a school in Jordan…

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Rebecca Kearse: My Arabian Adventure!

By Rebecca Kears 18 July, 2010

After completing my Bachelor of Education degree in New Zealand I taught for two years in Auckland which allowed me to gain my NZ registration. I was also keen to…

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Learning on the move

By Sarah Jones 14 April, 2010

New Zealanders love their mobile phones, and our phones are getting more sophisticated. This year telcos are expected to hotly promote data services and broadband for mobiles, as networks become…

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Time to unwind

By Dave Hansford 6 December, 2009

Kai Iwi Lakes Thirty-five kilometres northwest of Dargaville, the Kai Iwi Lakes” Kai Iwi, Taharoa and Waikere” offer fishing, windsurfing, boating and swimming in sub-tropical climes. These dune lakes” Taharoa…

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Online networks can rock your world

By Sarah Jones 6 December, 2009

It all began through one teacher’s “personal learning network” (PLN)” a global community of professional educators, facilitated by IT. Going global Dorothy Burt, professional development facilitator at Point England School,…

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