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Kitchen addition Jasper Morrison has designed a range of kitchenware that brings everyday pleasure to chefs and diners alike. Morrison collaborated with Oigen, a Japanese cast iron manufacturer that has been producing objects for 160 years, to create the Oigen Palma kitchenware collection. The collection comprises table pots and pans, a kettle and a condiment server, which combine the skills and tradition of Oigen’s cast iron techniques with Morrison’s refined and characterful shapes. The Oigen Palma collection was shown in the United Kingdom for the first time at the 2013 London Design Festival. Midsummer - Wikipedia Midsummer, also known as St John's Day, is the period of time centred upon the summer solstice, and more specifically the Northern European celebrations that accompany the actual solstice or take place on a day between June 19 and June 25 and the preceding evening. The exact dates vary between different cultures. The Christian Church designated June 24 as the feast day of the early Christian martyr St John the Baptist, and the observance of St John's Day begins the evening before, known as St John's Eve. These are commemorated by many Christian denominations.[1] In Sweden the Midsummer is such an important festivity that there have been serious discussions to make the Midsummer's Eve into the National Day of Sweden, instead of June 6. It may also be referred to as St.

Teaching Styles The term Teaching method refers to the general principles, pedagogy and management strategies used for classroom instruction. Your choice of teaching method depends on what fits you — your educational philosophy, classroom demographic, subject area(s) and school mission statement. Teaching theories primarily fall into two categories or “approaches” — teacher-centered and student-centered: Teacher-Centered Approach to Learning Thanksgiving Activities, Crafts, Quizzes, Worksheets & History for Kids highlights Top 10 Wintertime Neighborhood Games Is cabin fever setting in? Round up the neighborhood kids for some cold and snowy fun! Find Today's Newest & Best Children's Books! Looking for newly released books for your child?

Math Resources Mathematics Assessment Resource Service (MARS) Toolkit Malcolm Swan, part of the MARS team, is one of the premier task-designers in the math education community. His problem sets are as extensive as they are accessible and provide rich resources for parents, educators, and students alike. Browse through his list of implementation tools or search through his lists of other strategic tools.

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Celebrate Midsummer in Scandinavia In the Scandinavian countries, darkness is a stark reality that hangs over much of the year. It is no surprise then, that Scandi people love to celebrate light—and this is never more clear than at midsummer celebrations. In medieval times, this was when curative herbs were collected for the year's use. While all Scandinavians celebrate midsummer, each country has their own particular way of doing so. Whether you’re visiting Sweden, Denmark or Norway, you’ll find that the party goes on throughout the day and night. Here’s how each country shows their appreciation for the end of dark days (until next winter, of course):

New approaches learning.futures is about re-engineering subjects to enable students to experience a seamless integration of the best of online and face-to-face on campus learning. As a globally-oriented university we engage with the innovative approaches to learning taking place around the world that respond to advances in both technology and insights into how people learn. We are committed to research-led approaches and are exploring and prototyping new educational and technological possibilities, integrating online and face-to-face experiences. This future-focussed strategy has been named to highlight the importance of focussing first and foremost on how students come to learn (and then on what teachers should do to support that). Some well known educationalists have commented that a major challenge of higher education is preparing students for a future that is largely unknown.

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# 1, #2, and #3 trays by west chin I sure do like the look of these trays…they could be used anywhere- kitchen, bath, office, etc…(a bit above my budget, but maybe they’re within yours.) “these trays may seem austere and sterile. but that’s their beauty. they were designed without unnecessary adornment so that they can fit into anyone’s life and character. the designer even kept their names as anonymous as possible for this reason. these trays are perfect as wedding or housewarming gifts or for anyone undergoing a change in their lives; they’ll take on and reflect the new personalities of their new owners. made of corian, a durable, versatile and easy-to-clean material. corian gives the trays a cool, smooth surface that’s resistant to burns, scratches, mildew and mold. they’re perfect for the kitchen, at the table or anywhere else in your home.”

What really happened to Ludwig Leichhardt? The boundless Australian deserts are the stony lockers of many secrets – but the most enduring modern mystery to be held there is the fate of Ludwig Leichhardt, the strange Prussian scientist who vanished in 1848 along with seven men, 20 mules, 50 bullocks, seven horses and masses of gear. The German-born scientist and naturalist mounted two significant overland expeditions to explore Australia before vanishing on the third, most ambitious and risky trek: a 4,500km east-to-west crossing on horseback of the unknown and forbidding Australian interior. Leichhardt had studied philosophy, languages and natural sciences at the universities of Gottingen and Berlin.

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