Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Importance of the Three C’s

So, here we are the end of September already. I can not believe how quickly this month has gone.  It has been so busy though, so it’s not surprising it has gone so fast.  I have spent a great deal … Continue reading

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Making Sense of Children

Some of our staff went to a Professional Development workshop today entitled, “Making Sense of Children: How educators can help support students to realize their full potential“.  During this presentation, Colleen Drobot presented us with the material of Dr. Gordon … Continue reading

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Preparing Students for the Future … Not the Past

In October, David Warlick will be speaking at a dinner series about Engaging Digital Learners that will be happening in our district this year.  So, when I came across this video tweeted by @Smacclintic I was interested and intrigued. In it, there … Continue reading

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It’s All Coming Together

It has been almost 2 weeks since writing in my blog.  I went from writing in my blog about my learning every day to writing twice in the last month!  It’s not that I haven’t been learning, because I definitely … Continue reading

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Opportunities Abound

I have had my first week at my new school, filled with students, teachers, support staff, and parents.  It was a very busy week, full of drama and excitement.  I put in some very long hours this week and I … Continue reading

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