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Visually beautiful and also a taste sensation for a meal @hiel_cafe Their poke meals have very generous portions of salmon and tuna with just enough greens underneath to make me realize this is a healthy meal. Love the food from the folks at Hiel Cafe. L… https://t.co/JnPq8uXvfs
"Coffee break @bluemoosehope just before we traveled through the Fraser Canyon."
#TravelTheCanyon | #ExploreBC
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The redesigned curriculum requires teachers to “redesign” or rethink our assessment practices. How do you assess a student’s understanding? Join us on Saturday April 27th to discuss. #edcamp #sd40learns
3 tips for creating a safe classroom for young children:
1. It’s OK that children notice difference—embrace it.
2. Offer children time & support to resolve their conflicts.
3. Conduct community & family check-ins throughout the year.
Category Archives: Life Musings
Before I became a father I had many delusional dreams of having intellectual conversations with my children. I thought about the conversations we would have about local and global issues. I also thought about wandering along the shoreline with my … Continue reading
When we talk about self-driving cars (cars controlled by computers), people often go to the “what if situations”. The situation people often go they often go to is “what if the car has to choose between running over a pedestrian … Continue reading
As the heat wave continues to sit over top of Metro Vancouver and much of southern British Columbia I am looking for more creative ways to entertain my children while avoiding the heat as best I can. I previously took … Continue reading
Are there any words more frightening than hearing a young child saying “I’m bored”? During the summer months I am essentially a stay at home dad. As such I need activities to engage my children. Seeing as our neighbours complained … Continue reading
I have spent the first couple weeks of summer break reflecting on and thinking about how we do things in the K to 12 education system. One of the things I have been thinking about is the way we treat … Continue reading
Earlier this week my web hosting company alerted me to the fact that my blog (and many others) had come under attack and had been “hacked”. I really don’t know what that means or what hackers get out of hacking … Continue reading
As one or two of you know, I’ve started a podcast on which I discuss whatever random topic piques my curiosity. For giggles one night I filmed myself recording my podcast. That’s my recording studio – the back porch. That’s … Continue reading
Happy Mother’s Day to all the people who have “mothered” others. Put picture of my Mom here – except she won’t ever let anyone take her picture. Mother’s Day is a tough day for many. Particularly those in the restaurant … Continue reading
I made a deal with my daughters for their birthday this year. The deal was, rather than buying them a toy or something that they might use for a short while and then set aside, I would buy them an … Continue reading