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Shattered Pieces All Over, after Granny's Passing

Broken Mirror/Evening Sky is a series of images by New York photographer Bing Wright who captured the reflections of sunsets on shattered mirrors. The final prints are displayed quite large, measuring nearly across by tall, creating what I can only ima

From Hare to Hytner: leading cultural figures oppose the EBacc

Art Makes Children Powerful poster by Bob and Roberta Smith. From Hare to Hytner: Leading Cultural Figures look back on the experiences that inspired them as children and reflect on the dangers of marginalising the arts in schools

What all of those magazine tell us: you're not good enough, you need to be better; here's how to do that! No wait, still not good enough!

From this article on teaching all students well: "a 'student-centered mindset' goes beyond initial modifications: We pay close attention to individual students' progress and adjust our approaches throughout the year. If a student is struggling, our response isn't, "Well, that doesn't surprise me!" or "I've done my part—oh well." Instead, it's, "Why is this student struggling and what can we do to help?" For example...

Ce qu'une Hermione noire représente vraiment

Et, comme par miracle, internet a fait de même. | Ce qu'une Hermione noire représente vraiment

Ancient symbol - The Spiral Petroglyph is found in every ancient culture throughout the world. The Spiral, the oldest symbol known to be used in spiritual practices, reflects the universal pattern of growth and evolution. The spiral represents the goddess, the womb, fertility and life force energy. Reflected in the natural world, the Spiral is found in human physiology, plants, minerals, animals, energy patterns, weather, growth and death.