In about my sixth year of teaching, I remember sharing a story about my dogs with my grade 9 students. As I was on my own in a small town where I didn’t know many people, the dogs were a… Continue Reading
#487715329 / gettyimages.com The best teachers in the world connect with their students on some personal level. I have always believed that. It does not mean that you share every element of your personal life, but it does mean… Continue Reading
I always talk about the power of technology for student voice. Then I saw this video. Try not to cry. Not much I can say other than “wow”.
cc licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo shared by ePi.Longo Yesterday morning I woke up feeling great and ready to take on the world. Lately, things have slowed down (in a good way) and you have those times in… Continue Reading
cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by stevegarfield Tony Baldasaro wrote a blog post yesterday that is getting a lot of attention regarding why he “unfollowed 5000 people on Twitter” and how he is going back to starting… Continue Reading
Lesley Cameron is a teacher I am proud to say I work with at Forest Green School. She has rejoined our staff after a year maternity leave, yet this has been our first year working together. She has done some… Continue Reading
cc licensed flickr photo shared by Jesslee Cuizon I have heard several comments regarding the “fear” of using too much technology in the classroom and how it sometimes dehumanizes us. I find this rather interesting as I have started to… Continue Reading