Category: South Pacific

TEACH Volume 13, Issue 2

What is our anxious modern world lacking? What place do values hold? In his editorial, Graeme Perry…

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Discipline: Growing Our Students

As teachers, we are given a special honor and privilege, which is our students. At the tender age of…

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Accept the Individual, Not the Behaviour

Shane had remarried and had other children, but still felt a sense of obligation to the children fro…

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Improving Outcomes Through Student-Centred Learning

It’s not surprising to find a school that is focused on student learning these days. Even still, s…

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Send Consistent Signals

I was travelling home by plane recently and a stressed young family came aboard and then sat across…

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Model Repentance

“It is him or me!” The Physical Education teacher glared at me and spat out the words. It had be…

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Keep Things Simple

She had been in over 20 foster homes. Each home had their own set of rules. Some were complex. Some…

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Let the Natural Consequences Reign

While listening to idle chatter in the boy’s dorm one evening, it became clear that one of the sen…

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Look at the Context

A New Zealand Catholic priest on Kiribati (a small Pacific atoll on the equator) provided me with on…

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