Monthly Archive: April 2014

Apr 30 2014

Disruptive Technology or A New Way to Love

disruptive technology

Is Disruptive Technology Linked With Love? Technology is changing the way we interact socially today this is looked at as disruptive technology- Is it all Bad? After returning from a recent 5 day “Glamping” trip, observing families and groups along the beach, It was lovely to see the interaction and the connecting happening especially with …

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Apr 29 2014

The Poppy By Andrew Plant – Book Review In Villers-Brentonneux

Villers-Brentonneux

Book Review The Poppy by Andrew Plant One word that echoes in the book ‘The Poppy’ is memory – ‘Lest We Forget’. On April the 25th 1918, the village of Villers-Bretonneux where Australians fought and were victorious, even though over 1,300 lives were lost. What an incredible, lump in the throat recollection of the courage …

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Apr 28 2014

Young Learners Conference – Technology and Education

Technology and Education

Technology and Education in Early Childhood On the 1st- 3rd of April I attended the Young Learners Conference as chairperson and had the pleasure to introduce international guest speakers and key speakers relating to technology and education. The focus being technology in the early years. The breadth of expertise and knowledge that was shared was …

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