Monthly Archives: May 2015

Walk The Walk

When I began teaching, did I stop learning? I certainly hope not. I wonder if any other teachers ever question their position as ‘teacher’?  Is the role of teacher better (or different) than the role of student?   Are we missing out … Continue reading

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Lego Literacy

This morning, I read “LEGO Handwriting Mats — Read, Build, and Write“.  The idea of using Lego to encourage kids to improve their handwriting skills is so helpful!  I gathered some supplies together and asked my son to try the … Continue reading

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Who’s The Teacher?

Last week, I decided to bring my guitar to class.  I had hoped to share what I was learning with my students, but the demonstration developed into something much richer than I had expected. Our class teaching our art teacher … Continue reading

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SeLNO 2015

A few days ago, I had the chance to attend SeLNO, the Symposium for e-Learning in Northwestern Ontario.  What a great opportunity to listen to fabulous presentations and share our knowledge.  George Couros started things off with a keynote that emphasized the personal … Continue reading

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