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Plant Based Dietitian Resources Websites: Recommended Products: DVDs: Books: Secondary Maths Collection – Tarsia – An Introduction to Tarsia Comment:5 average rating | Comments (3)Last Updated:25 February, 2014Section:Resources TES Secondary maths resource collections Collection Author: Craig Barton - Maths AST and creator of www.mrbartonmaths.com (TES Name: mrbartonmaths)

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Breastfeeding and Sleeping Arrangements - Science and History in Parenting By Tracy G. Cassels When you write about science articles, there are bound to be some things that people just don’t get. If you haven’t taken part in research, then understanding the nuances is something you’ve probably never considered (why would you?). This means, though, that people make comments and reach conclusions without fully understanding what it is that’s being highlighted by the research.

8 Must See TED Talks for Teachers I love TED talks and I always look forward for their new releases. You can learn as deep and profound insights from these talks as when reading a non-fiction book. I know we all have our time constraints that would not allow us to sit in front of an iPad or computer for 20 minutes watching a talk but there is always snatches of time to do it particularly in the weekends. Create a list of what to watch , as I do, and bookmark the talks that interest you and watch them later when you have time. Today I have selected for you some very inspiring and informative TED talks which I am pretty sure you will enjoy watching.

7 Web-based Tools for Creating Short Video Stories Yesterday, I wrote a post about Adobe's new digital storytelling iPad app called Adobe Voice. After posting that on Facebook I received a few requests for suggestions for similar tools that can be used in a web browser. Here are some nice web-based tools for quickly creating short videos. 10 Homemade Laundry Soap Detergent Recipes Here is a nice stack of different recipes for making homemade laundry detergent that I’ve collected over the years. Do they work? Yes, I’ve had good luck with them. At the time I was using them, we had a relative who was in trade school living with us. Every day he was mechanic grease from head to toe–the clothes still cleaned up nice! Making your own is a discipline and it’s not for everyone, but it definitely saves money–sometimes just costing pennies a load!

How To Roast Perfect Pumpkin Seeds – Easy, Crunchy, Addictive! The first time I roasted pumpkin seeds, I burned the crap out of them. It was heart-breaking, especially since I wasn’t convinced it was even worth the effort in the first place. All that seed cleaning and pumpkin de-stringing – I didn’t even get to enjoy the fruits of my labour. Hrmph. Here is the part that no one told me about: The inner seeds cook much faster than the outer shell. I kept peeking in the oven and everything looked fine on the outside.

11 Graphs That Show Everything That is Wrong With The Modern Diet The modern diet is the main reason why people all over the world are fatter and sicker than ever before. Everywhere modern processed foods go, chronic diseases like obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease soon follow. The studies are clear on this… when people abandon their traditional foods in favor of modern processed foods high in sugar, refined flour and vegetable oils, they get sick (1, 2, 3).

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