mikeromard on July 30th, 2010

Image by FunnyBiz via Flickr Cyberbullying is probably the number one area for young digital education. In the UK, a reported 22% of children and young people claim to have been the target of cyberbullying making this one of the most important new areas of behaviour to understand and to equip schools, carers and young […]

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mikeromard on April 21st, 2009

Today is Earth Day. As my wife and I explained it to our daughter last night — we referred to it as Earth’s birthday or celebration of all its beauties. It’s also a time to discover things about our planet. My son’s PreK3 teacher, Maliha Iqbal, has run an amazing compost program all year and […]

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mikeromard on May 12th, 2008

I found another gem of a video through a Twitter buddy – Rich White – from this website http://roots.greenbush.us/?p=478 Great dig Rich! The title of this video struck a deep cord hold on me. I found myself asking – what can I do to help change? What got me started in this path was I’ve […]

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Mike Romard on April 18th, 2007

Yes, it’s true. We watched this powerful documentary produced by former vice-president Al Gore. We were worried if our ninety fifth graders could sit still and watch the ninety minute film. Boy, were we surprised. We had to cut the film a few minutes short, so they could rush to their following class only to […]

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