Monthly Archives: July 2017

Summer of Learning 2017 – an incomplete thought on what “has” to be learned/taught

Summer of Learning 2017 – an incomplete thought on what “has” to be learned/taught Recently I read a great blog article about thematic learning and what could be done if we erased subjects…..what would need to be taught: http://paper.li/markbarnes19?read=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.edutopia.org%2Fblog%2Fdoes%2Dspelling%2Dcount%2Dshira%2Dloewenstein So…..some … Continue reading

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Summer of Learning 2017 – reading, writing and math (?) for summer fun

Summer of Learning 2017 – reading, writing and math (?) for summer fun I’ve seen it frequently as summer approaches: read for fun. Sign out extra library books. Get a library card. Summer reading programs. Write stories. Journal about what … Continue reading

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Summer of Learning 2017 – Thinking about quitting isn’t quitting Hearing an interview with Robert O’Neil about SEAL training, he admitted to thinking about quitting. Every day. But it’s not the same as quitting. The advice he got was “don’t … Continue reading

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Summer of Learning 2017 – interviews

Summer of Learning 2017 – interviews     There are more interviews going on this summer than ever before (at least in our province). The readjustments coming out of the Supreme Court ruling on BC Schools has led to a … Continue reading

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