Monthly Archives: November 2014

Day 62 (of 188) “In Days” #bcedbloggers

Day 62 (of 188) “In Days” -18. Depending on wind chill. Sometimes it feels warmer. The kids really need outside time. The adults really need outside time (for kids/for selves) – there is no hard and fast rule. In rainy … Continue reading

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Day 61 (of 188) Reflection & Lit Circles via @adriennegear #bcedbloggers

Day 61 (of 188) Reflection & Lit Circles I had to “find” some resources I was promising to my partner teacher (first time with a “biggish contract”) and it took me some time (when I realized that I transferred, but … Continue reading

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Day 60 (of 188) the job isn’t what you think it is. aka being a pvp #bcedbloggers @bcpvpa

Day 60 (of 188) the job isn’t what you think it is. aka being a pvp #bcedbloggers @bcpvpa When disaster strikes! aka what do you do when you don’t know what to do aka “the job of Principal/Vice Principal isn’t … Continue reading

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Day 59 (of 188) 3 key things (really) when teaching a ‘tough’ class #bcedbloggers

Day 59 (of 188) 3 key things (really) when teaching a ‘tough’ class This afternoon I ran into a young teacher-couple; the wife worked with me for a fortnight before getting full time work, and her fiancé just got a … Continue reading

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10 questions to ask your family around the table

Originally posted on ideas.ted.com:
Plus: 3 stories of gratitude and generosity from StoryCorps Sometime between the first bite of turkey and the last slice of pie, it’ll happen: a lull in the dinner conversation. What will you do…

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Day 58 (of 188) Can a maverick survive a culture of yes? @chrkennedy #bcedbloggers

Day 58 (of 188) Can a maverick survive a culture of yes? @chrkennedy #bcedbloggers “she also had a software hacker’s ability to combine irreverence with a collaborative spirit. This pirate crew camaraderie—something Hopper shared with subsequent generations of coders—actually liberated … Continue reading

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Finding MY PEOPLE: How #kinderchat Saved My Career

Last night I had the privilege of giving my first Ignite talk at an event called “Ignite Your Passion for Discovery: The Vancouver Edition” hosted by Dean Shareski.  Here is Dean’s blog about the evening: http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/blog/2014/11/20/ignite-your-passion-for-discovery-the-vancouver-edition/ … Due to technical difficulties, there was no … Continue reading

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