Educator’s Astrology

January 18, 2022

Another fab review for “Mirror Mirror”

Getting a new book out there is so exciting. And a lovely review just stokes those fires of happiness. This review comes from Victor Smoot who is the editor of the ISAR Journal. You can buy your copy of “Mirror Mirror” going here: mybook.to/MirrorM “Researcher. That is what her bio says about Alex (check the end of her article “The Crown” in this issue). Her new book is about research into something she just loves – biographical films. ‘Research’ is such a serious word, and an arduous process, but one that ISAR values most highly. This research comes out of the fun of investigating what you love.  The […]
September 11, 2010

Astrology & the Renaissance

Originally published in “Astrology Quarterly”, Autumn 2010 (Vol 79 No. 4) For the sake of simplicity, it would be tempting to say that astrology in the Renaissance begins with Petrarch (1304 – 1374), and ends with Shakespeare (1564 – 1616). Petrarch, “the first man of the Renaissance,”[1] was no fan of astrology and railed against its fatalistic leanings. “Leave free the paths of truth and life … these globes of fire cannot be guides for us … Illuminated by these rays, we have no need of these swindling astrologers and lying prophets who empty the coffers of their credulous followers […]
October 6, 2016

9 Ways to Use Astrology to Help Your Child Cope With Secondary School (2016)

Pupils born between 1 September 2004 and 31 August 2005 will be gearing up to start secondary school in September. Studies show that pupils who are new to secondary school experience a dip in academic performance. For pupils leaving their familiar primary school, starting secondary school can be a bit of a shock to the system, just one cause of this dip. Strong support networks need to be in place to help these children cope with this process to avoid lack of progress or even regression. Here are just a few things new year 7s will have to contend with: […]
April 24, 2018

Childhood Education: A study by a teacher and astrologer

This article on astrology and education originally appeared in Dell Horoscope, the world’s leading astrology magazine. My new article “When a Flower Speaks” appears in the May/June 2018 issue. Dismissed for their lack of precision, non-replicable results and miniscule databases, modern day astrologers are often ridiculed by their skeptics. Can astrologers step up to the scientific plate or will they go down with the pseudoscience ship? In my role as a schoolteacher, the bias against being an astrologer was so great that I was actually threatened with dismissal should any parent complain about my interests in the subject. As I […]
August 5, 2018

Back to school

Back to School With Astrology Copyright: Alex Trenoweth, 2018 Teachers, parents and pupils in the northern hemisphere are preparing for the commencement of a new academic year. And what better way to begin the academic year than with a head start? Coming soon is a very special guide for each year group. Don’t forget to subscribe to my newsletter for special offers on professional consultations, webinars and classes. In the meantime, here are a few astrological tips to help children get the most out of their free education. AND. . .if you ever wondered if LUNAR PHASE has an impact […]
August 11, 2018

20 Ways Teaching Primary School is different to Teaching Secondary School

Teaching primary school was a HUGE surprise for this secondary school teacher. Not only did I never intend on teaching younger children, I discovered primary school and secondary school are two completely different  skill bases. “Duh Alex,” I hear my teacher friends say, “Did you expect teaching primary school to be the same as teaching secondary school?”. Well no I didn’t but I really wasn’t expecting so many differences.  I’m in a unique position: teachers tend to teach primary school OR secondary school. And, as a devoted secondary school teacher up until a few weeks ago, I feel like the […]
August 11, 2018

2018 Academic Year

This is an introduction to my upcoming series of articles, videos and webinars on astrology in education to help parents, teachers and pupils prepare for the Academic Year 2018. Each September in the Northern hemisphere, parents, teachers and students are getting ready to return to school. For parents of pupils about to start secondary school, here is an article on what to expect. For each academic year, I will be producing articles, short videos and webinars that will give advice and guidance to parents and teachers based on Jupiter and Saturn. This information is compiled in my book “Growing Pains”. Reviews […]

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