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Chilling out @twinsailsbeer after a peaceful walk along Rocky Point. Trying their Bad Sally Praline Stout. I like it. I like it a lot.
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This nails it. True engagement.
We have gotten student engagement all wrong. True student engagement is not about dancing on tables, entertaining, cotton candy and lollipops. True student engagement is the result of heart-to-heart conversations, lead by adults who refuse to quit on kids!
Teaching is a transitive verb: it takes a direct and an indirect object. We don’t teach “English”. We teach English TO students. #PSADay #sd40learns @ReadDRjwilhelm
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Tag Archives: Vancouver Opera
Hey all, I’m still out here, doing fine. I have to admit that I have been working on a couple other projects over the last little while and have been neglecting this poor little blog for the last while. My … Continue reading
As an FYI, you should know that there are only two more performances of La Traviata scheduled to take place in Vancouver, one on May 10th and the other on the 12th. After that the Vancouver Opera, season, unlike the … Continue reading
Truly a fabulous evening at Vancouver Opera’s opening night of LA Traviata. I will post more a little later but for now I will just add these photos; First is this pic of me and Sir Jonathan Miller, yes, “Sir” … Continue reading
On Saturday April 30th I will be attending the opening night of Vancouver Opera’s performance of La Traviata. Yes I am excited about seeing Sir Jonathan Miller direct Guiseppe Verdi’s most popular opera but at this time I have a … Continue reading
These are exciting times in the editorial offices of Stacey Robinsmith dot com. First off, April 30th is opening night of the Vancouver Opera performance of La Traviata and as usual, we will be live-blogging the opera. You can check-in … Continue reading
Ahh…La Clemenza di Tito…such a beautiful night at the Vancouver Opera performance. So wonderful. I offer my sincerest thank yous to the Vancouver Opera Social Media Manager, Ling Chan. Ling is the picture of grace under all sorts of pressure. … Continue reading
Here I thought that Tito had been killed at the end of Act I. In fact, Sesto thought that the fire he had started had killed Tito, but no! Tito, of course lived. Rome was in ruins after the fire … Continue reading
We are now in the Queen Elizabeth Theatre preparing ourselves for the backstage tour of the theatre. It is funny to think about this opera; Mozart wrote it in the last year of his life and completed it in no … Continue reading
Tonight Vancouver Opera opens their run of Mozart’s most magnificent final opera, La Clemenza di Tito. And I will be there, live-blogging for your benefit. Unless you choose to come to the opera and see it with me. The question … Continue reading
It is the morning after opening night of Vancouver Opera’s Lucia di Lammermoor. I felt the need to post a few post-opera thoughts. First, the Vancouver opera crowded needed Lucia di Lammermoor. Vancouver Opera pushed the creative envelope with Nixon … Continue reading