Paula Murray

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What is Visual Snow Syndrome?

What is Visual Snow Syndrome?

Learn about a rare condition called visual snow syndrome, including diagnosis, symptoms, a potential therapy, and whether its linked to migraines.

I Have Migraines and See Lots of Tiny Dots Like Snow

This is how my vision is

Visual Snow and Related Research Data - Original Visual-Snow or Static forum

Visual snow

Visual snow is a transitory or persisting visual symptom where people see snow or television-like static in parts or the whole of their visual fields, that is everywhere and in all lighting conditions. It is much like camera noise in low light conditions.

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Not to be confused with blue field entoptic phenomenon.

Visual snow examples

Most of the time at least part of my visual field is continuous TV-static-like tiny flickering dots. Sometimes it expands to cover my entire visual field. This is officially called visual snow.

Aligning NZC with Ka Hikitia and Te Kotahitanga

Supporting Māori learners / Knowledge of the learner / Learning about my students’ needs / English Online / English - ESOL - Literacy Online website - English - ESOL - Literacy Online

Using Maori Pedagogies

Using the wharenui for reading literacy and language - a project by Unitec. Linking Literacy to Mason Durie's Te Whare Tapa Whā

Multiple literacies: Cheryl Stephens

View comments from Cheryl Stephens, Director National Institute of Maori Education Te Whare Wānanga O Awanuiārangi, taken at the Symposium in Hamilton, July .

Māori learning as Māori - great ideas around literacy and NZC - Blog Post

This is a book club outline I used with my students who read Tales Of A Grade Nothing It includes the weekly sheets for assignments, student accountability and a book club overview sheet for students.

27 ways to increase family involvement. Use as a tool for engaging family, whanau and the community within the classroom.

27 Ways to increase family involvement in your class - Could you try JUST TWO of these strategies before the end of the school year? How about one & plan to adopt another new one for back to school? You know there's room for more family involvement.

Māori boys improve reading by playing games | Radio New Zealand News

A pilot programme has found playing certain computer games at school dramatically improved the reading skills of Māori boys.

Jean Piaget - The principal goal of education in the schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done.

Jean Piaget is on point! We need to stop having children memorize; instead as educators, parents, etc. we need to focus on letting children experience life for themselves and learn through their experiences.