• 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, […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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.
  • Z is for Zen, Zoos and Zoodles
    I’ve often heard the old saying lately ‘when life gives you lemons make lemonade’. I’m sure we can all agree we’ve had a fair bit more than lemons thrown at us this year, it’s […]
  • The Stress Kettle
    Stress is kind of like a tea kettle.The water is our resources. The heat is stress. There are many days where the heat never even gets turned on and our well of resources remains […]
  • Digital Promise’s Instructional Design Tool
    Last month I wrote about the Learner Variability Navigator created by Digital Promise – my new favourite tool I have to say. And just when I thought it couldn’t be any more brilliant, they […]
  • Learning About Ourselves and the World
    The participants of the global collaborative project, Single Voices, Global Choices, have been immersed in a multitude of learning experiences focused on the many international days of recognition. October and November have offered rich […]
  • Learner Variability
    What is the one constant in education today? Well, it varies. Something I’ve spent a lot of time on lately is learner variability. This focus grew out of my interest in supporting social emotional […]

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