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“Words aren’t made…they grow”

Lucy Maude Montgomery
Teaching The Skin We’re In
As part of my Grade 12 University level English course this year, I decided to create a unit on the book by Desmond Cole – The Skin We're In. Over the last few years, our department has been updating our book choices, and last year my …
Bringing a Fruit Roll-Up to a Knife Fight
I was not expecting to talk about fruit roll-ups and knife fights, but who knew how impactful and informative that would be? I had the pleasure of attending a Symposium on Teacher Wellness hosted by the Ontario Teachers Federation a little while ago and am still …
The Future of Online Learning in Ontario
Online learning and educational technology have enormous potential for good and We can level the playing field if we recognize the need to implement appropriate systemic support and have a progressive vision with students at the core.

Lynn Thomas

Hello! I teach secondary school English, actively trying to make learning relevant, incorporate mental wellness & social-emotional learning, collaborate globally, and use ed-tech to transform, engage, and increase accessibility & inclusivity.

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