A BIT OF EVERYTHING by Patricia Lannoó
Teaching SkillsA KIDNAPPED SANTA CLAUSTEST Ancient GreeceGhost Riddles
Monster RiddlesSkelton RiddlesTwo Limericks
Good Company, by Leonard ClarkYEAR 5: Objectives for Reports
Teaching skills: ways to help improve teacher’s effectiveness
The seven secrets behind great teaching
The most popular artist searches last month: a not-to-be-taken-too-seriously measurement of which famous artists have the greatest "mindshare" in our collective culture.
EPISTEMOLOGICAL CHALLENGES TO SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, by Gilberto Gallopín, October 2004
The Iraq war was the first ‘resource war’ according to Professor Sir David King, Director of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment and a former UK government chief scientist.
The dieback of the Amazonian forests caused by climate change is not inevitable but remains a distinct possibility, according to a study led by the Professor of Ecosystem Science at Oxford University.
Wild Singapore News
Many Major Rivers in Danger of Drying Out - WWF, Story by Douwe Miedema
WWF says pollution, dams threaten rivers, By Eliane Engeler, Associated Press
- A Question of Catholic Honesty by Daniel C. Maguire Abortion is always tragic, but the tragedy of abortion is not always immoral. Hand-wringingly sensitive to divergent views, the Catholic bishops give all sides a hearing, even the winnable nuclear war hypothesis -- a position they themselves find abhorrent, but change the topic to abortion, and nothing is the same.
- Abortion and Moral Consensus: Beyond Solomon’s Choice by Madonna Kolbenschlag Some churchmen and politicians are so intransigent on the issue of abortion, over which men have no physical control, and so tolerant of killing in war, over which men have always had control.
- Abortion and Theology by Martin E. Marty