Tag Archives: Primary

Black Ants and Buddhists: Thinking Critically and Teaching Differently in the Primary Grades

What would a classroom look like if understanding and respecting differences in race, culture, beliefs, and opinions were at its heart? Welcome to Mary Cowhey’s Peace Class in Northampton, MA, where first and second graders view the entire curriculum through the framework of understanding the world, and trying to do their part to make it […]

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The Learning Journey Telly The Teaching Time Clock, Primary Colors

Let Telly the Teaching Time Clock help your child learn to tell both analog and digital time using two quiz modes. In the learning mode, Telly teaches time in five minute increments by moving the hands and updating the LCD screen. In the quiz mode, Telly asks your child to move the hands on its […]

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American Educational Vinyl Clever Catch Ice Breaker Primary Ball, 24″ Diameter

Ice Breaker Clever Catch provides an excellent way for children in groups to get to know each other while practicing their reading skills. Students answer a series of questions about themselves and the things that matter to them at this very young age. There are 50 questions included with colorful and engaging illustrations. Clever Catch […]

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Number of children in primary education hits 15-year high

By Rebecca Black Published 02/03/2016 The number of children in our primary schools is at a 15-year high, a schools census has found. A study conducted in October revealed there were 168,669 in primary schools – up 3,000 on the previous year. Share Go To However, the number of children in post-primary schools fell for […]

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Primary education: 64 schools merged with other educational institutes in Pindi

Low enrolm­ent, poor perfor­mance, lack of traine­d teache­rs among reason­s Low enrolment, poor performance, lack of trained teachers among reasons. PHOTO: AFP/FILE RAWALPINDI: Since 2012, 64 government girls primary schools in the district had so far been merged with other educational institutes due to issues such as poor performance, low enrolment and lack of trained […]

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