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Zoe Ross
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Education consultant & entrepreneur leading creative projects.
Education consultant & entrepreneur leading creative projects.

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http://www.actionforhappiness.org/toolkit <looks a lovely resource for teachers. Keys to Happier Living Toolkit for schools by Action for Happiness. 

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Today's post for #mentalhealthawarenessweek What is Stress & How to Manage it.http://www.zoeross.com/managing-stress/ #mhaw16

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Today's post for ‪#‎MentalHealthAwarenessWeek‬ How to Deal with Anxiety self-help tips that work! http://bit.ly/deal-anxiety ‪#‎MHAW16‬

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Today's blog post for Mental health awareness week #mhaw16 - 'What is anxiety and what are the signs to look out for?' http://www.zoeross.com/anxiety-signs/

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For Mental Health Awareness week & I'm sharing a blog post a day...1st up Why Child Mental Health Matters to us all & Why Schools are Key.
http://www.zoeross.com/why-child-mental-health-matters-schools-key/ #mhaw16

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Much to like indeed! :-) 
Much to like in the education bits of  +Policy Exchange's new Technology Manifesto, eg 

"We should also be clear about the goals of computing education: the aim should not be to create a workforce of programmers. Britain must instead differentiate itself in the global marketplace by educating students to combine technical expertise with analytical thinking; digital skills with creative pursuits; and coding ability with business acumen."

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"A competitive grant pot of £3 million/ year should be established to provide funding to third parties that help teachers gain skills to deliver the new Computing curriculum. Around 50,000 teachers will be needed to teach the course across the 5–16 age range. Organisations, individuals and businesses should be able to compete for funding from government by presenting a business case for how they would help teachers"

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This is very good - Google's educational team on computational thinking, as applied to Google Earth / Maps
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