Monthly Archives: October 2014

Day 43 (of 188) Day of Masks #bcedbloggers

Day 43 (of 188) Day of Masks Masks in Education Hallowe’en always bring forth a wide variety of masks and costumes. Not as many Frozen costumes as I anticipated this year (might be a different story tonight!) and some opportunities … Continue reading

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Day 42 (of 188) reflection on this blog #bcedbloggers

Day 42 (of 188) reflection on this blog It’s been fun talking with other BC Educators who have been taking part in the #bcedbloggers challenge – both because I have had the opportunity to read some amazing posts, but also … Continue reading

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Day 41 (of 188) fail? Sure…bring it on! via @hembling @bcedbloggers

Day 41 (of 188) fail? Sure…bring it on! via @hembling Fail a good thing? Definitely – at least in a learning environment that: a)is identified by all as a ‘safe’ place b) where risk taking is encouraged c) where ‘fails’ … Continue reading

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Day 40 (of 188) a tech review #bcedbloggers #83learns

Day 40 (of 188) tech review Today we launch our school districts ‘review of technology’. We are working with IBM Consulting – some that I contacted in other districts cringed, others applauded – so I figured that was a pretty … Continue reading

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Day 39 (of 188) reflecting on eportfolios at #cuebc w @k_timms #bcedbloggers

Day 39 (of 188) reflecting on eportfolios After having a few days to reflect, I am very happy with the discussion and feedback from our joint presentation on our schools journeys away from report cards and towards eportfolios. Here is … Continue reading

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Day 38 (of 188) pro-d at #cuebc #bcedbloggers

Day 38 (of 188) pro-d at #cuebc #bcedbloggers I love the provincial professional development day! So many sessions workshops and events across the province! I am attending @cuebc to promote eportfolios (and also to hear from @willrich45 whose book “why … Continue reading

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Day 37 (of 188) being an interloper #bcedbloggers @chrkennedy #sd45

Day 37 (of 188) being an interloper One of the short stories I read in high school that still resonates with me is “The Interlopers” by Saki – http://www.eastoftheweb.com/short-stories/UBooks/Inte.shtml – a story with one theme being ‘a person out of their … Continue reading

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