Monthly Archives: March 2014

Duchenne disease. A spring break reflection.

Duchenne disease. A spring break reflection. A friend of ours has Duchenne disease. His parents include one of my favorite teachers. They have been going through very tough times – highlighted in the local newspaper: http://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/news/local/hope-on-the-horizon-1.916734 I’ve signed the petition … Continue reading

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Day 126 (of 184) mindful school goals

Day 126 (of 184) mindful school goals The last day before spring break was a key time that reaffirmed in my mind the validity of the school goals that we are working on at @sorrento83. Now I have been fortunate … Continue reading

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Day 125 (of 184) reading about changes

Day 125 (of 184) reading about changes There is no question – as spring break looms one more sleep away, some of us educationerds are talking about what we are going to read. During the past few weeks, I have … Continue reading

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Day 124 (of 184) but aren’t tests vital for ‘next year’?

Day 124 (of 184) but aren’t test vital for ‘next year’? Would it surprise you to know that as a graduate from a BC Secondary School I have written 0 provincial exams? In fact (due to bad reasons) I didn’t … Continue reading

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Day 123 (of 184) eportfolios easy as ABC

Day 123 (of 184) eportfolios easy as ABC! My personal journey for ‘a better report card’ has been under way for a long time. Most notably in my mind are my secondary experiences: report cards with a percentage acknowledging tasks … Continue reading

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Day 122 (of 184) 2/3 of the way through 184 days of learning blog

Day 122 (of 184) 2/3 of the way through 184 days of learning blog After a very busy monday at school, I am taking some time to do some reflection – Three highlights of my ‘days of learning’ blog so … Continue reading

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Day 121 (of 184) the twitter edcamp connection

Day 121 (of 184) the twitter edcamp connection It was when I realized I had to miss the weekly #arkedchat because of the monthly (first Thursday of the month) #geniushour chat that I finally connected the reasons why I enjoy … Continue reading

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