Marni Prince

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This pin is really important as it offers teachers, who are going overseas to teach at schools with limited resources, ideas about what they could do instead. This pin is very insightful and helpful and assisted in my packing in regards to what resources I should take overseas with me.

Read for advice on teaching English abroad in South Korea from a vetted ESL teacher in Seoul, Chase Chisholm.

I find this pin quite interesting. Before I left for the Cook Islands, I was told to be open and to accept the fact that when they discipline children they may smack them. This pin is about how the government are trying to change the laws again to allow smacking in order to change petty crimes. This is completely different to the laws in Australia.

A Maori sovereignty group is keeping up the pressure for the Tino Rangatiratanga flag to be flown from Crown buildings on Waitangi Day

This pin is linked to a tool kit for autistic children. It has downloads for the ipad and iphone to help children develop their organisation and communication skills. It also includes free printable activities which all aid in their development. As an educator, I believe that we should be trying to do everything possible to make the child feel safe and secure within their own environment.

This pin is linked to a tool kit for autistic children. It has downloads for the ipad and iphone to help children develop their organisation and communication skills. It also includes free printable activities which all aid in their development. As an educator, I believe that we should be trying to do everything possible to make the child feel safe and secure within their own environment.

This article is absolutely excellent. It is filled with ideas of how to teach a child with autism but also includes lists to help educators and parents identify autism and understand it. I really like this article as its so informative which i believe is essential for teachers to read and gain a better understanding.

School-Based Teaching Tips for Children with Autism- Excellent article about how to help and identify special needs including Aspergers, with numerous links, etc.

This pin means a lot to me in the sense that it describes autism perfectly. We need to stop treating children with autism differently and understand that they just think differently than we do.

Love this quote :) It says it all about the children with ASD. Their world is simply something I keep wanting to learn more of on a daily basis. ~ No child with ASD is the same ~

In my teaching practise, I hope that I am able to teach children about the benefits of healthy, natural foods like fruit and vegetables rather than junk food and processes foods. I feel like this is a great website to inform children about which foods are better for them and the benefits of each food.

Ready to get back on track with our 5 Day FREE Clean Eating Jumpstart? The first week will be getting you prepared for the clean eating jumpstart.

This pin is really interesting as it provides a different view on getting children engaged. Through gardening it helps to build social skills and promote sensory integration. In turn, Horticultural Therapy assists individuals with specials needs to learn, play and strengthen their body and mind. I believe this should be an essential part of a child's daily activity.

Gardening for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Special Educational Needs: Engaging with Nature to Combat Anxiety, Promote Sensory Integration and Build Social Skills-Natasha Etherington Jessica Kinglsey London

This pin explains the EYLF learning outcome- Children have a strong sense of identity. I find this pin important in the sense that it explains in depth about how children construct their own identity.

Kindalin is an exciting place to grow and learn. It’s our commitment to provide every child in our care with a happy and challenging environment.