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Day 110 (of 187) we don’t talk about “that” – inspired by the @ScottMillerBbl article on @mariners speedster @FlashGJr

Day 110 (of 187) we don’t talk about “that” – inspired by the @ScottMillerBbl article on @mariners speedster @FlashGJr   First the article: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2820756   Secondly: I have been a Mariners fan for as long as I can recall – … Continue reading

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Day 110 (of 186) the unexpected “gaps”

Day 110 (of 186) the unexpected “gaps”   Recently came across an article worried about the ability for kids to hold pencils: http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2018/02/modern-kids-can-barely-hold-a-pencil/ which I teasingly tweeted out “in support” because how many pencils will be in use in the … Continue reading

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Day 110 (of 185) a school district or a district of schools?

Day 110 (of 185) a school district or a district of schools?   There are times when it can feel that the school is the centre of it’s learning community. But it’s nice to know and recognize that each school … Continue reading

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Day 110 (of 183) it’s whats inside that counts (but maybe not what you think)

Day 110 (of 183) it’s whats inside that counts (but maybe not what you think)     Spent time with a friend I haven’t seen in awhile.   We both commented that each other looked good.   but….we both knew … Continue reading

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Day 110 (of 188) a slap of reality with my sons General Anxiety

Day 110 (of 188) a slap of reality with my sons General Anxiety First – my son has had a couple of really good weeks. In-the-classroom-and-doing-work kinda good. Not perfect – there is still very tough times with transitions (especially … Continue reading

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Day 110 (of 184) Anxiety 107 (a blunt approach to anxiety)

Day 110 (of 184) Anxiety 107 (a blunt approach to anxiety) I have been asked a few times to explain how I handle anxious learners – a growing number ‘are appearing’ in our school (or just being better identified – … Continue reading

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Day 69 (of 189) are we really preparing learners for jobs that don’t exist yet – wonder posed by @shareski enhanced by @richajensen

Day 69 (of 189) are we really preparing learners for jobs that don’t exist yet – wonder posed by @shareski enhanced by @richajensen Interesting question by @shareski Based on this article https://www.forbes.com/sites/dereknewton/2018/12/28/the-myth-of-jobs-that-dont-exist-yet/ But on an unrelated tweet, a wonder if … Continue reading

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Day 45 (of 189) some non sequitors that make sense only because of the time change

Day 45 (of 189) some non sequitors that only make sense because of the time change More and more I think places like Saskatchewan, Arizona and Newfoundland-Labrador got one thing right: do changing the clock for “daylight savings time” (that … Continue reading

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Day 2 (of 189) decisions were made…

Day 2 (of 189) decisions were made… An evening and day of decisions – both good and interesting, because sometimes (like class placements and schedules) have to be made. Last night our son shocked us. We were planning and plotting … Continue reading

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Summer of Learning 2019 #2 Shortcourse Day 2 @getrocketbook

Summer of Learning 2019 #2 Shortcourse Day 2 Today’s focus has been on instructional leadership. And today I tried using my Rocketbook for note taking. The Rocketbook is a great notebook that uses a frixion pen and an app to … Continue reading

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