Research Cycle

 Vol 4|No 4|April|2008
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Come to San Antonio in June - 3 Days of Great Hands-on Workshops

by Jamie McKenzie

Even though the most important questions in life may be to some extent unanswerable, these challenging and often frustrating issues should occupy a prominent position in the curriculum guides of schools that claim to prepare students for life in this new century.

The Thinker
in Residence Programme

from the Host School

from the Visitor

For decades, schools have enjoyed writers and artists in residence. Why not, then, a thinker in residence? asked Juliette Hayes, Deputy Principal of the Waikato Diocesan School in Hamilton, New Zealand.

Deputy Principal Juliette Hayes
pictured with Jamie McKenzie


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