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A request…

Hello and a warm welcome to all my readers. I have now been running this blog for about six months and it’s going pretty well so far with people from countries all over the world viewing my entires.  Very exciting really. My colleagues in Western Australian Education and my local universities have given me some very positive feedback which, of course, is very satisfying.  A number of teachers are using it as a resource for their high school and university preparation course classes and I would like to add some resources to compliment the site.  I have a few ideas but it’s always better to ask the users rather than the makers in these matters. So I have constructed a little poll which I am asking you to take a minute to complete. I also plan to add a Facebook page soon, so let me what you like/want/think is a good idea. Many thanks to you all for visiting my blog and for taking the time to complete the poll. Warm regards,

Helene

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