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Using curriculum materials “with fidelity” on a day by day basis is rarely successful. No class is the same as another class. No student matches another in terms of abilities, interests, and habits of learning. Use resources wisely, not exclusively. #TeachBetter #Ditchbook
As the kids pointed out this morning, “He’s got a bigger than usual smile on his face today!”
So much for my growler of @moodyales! The little rascal finished it off last night.
#elfontheshelf #craftbeer #beer #dadlife #christmas https://t.co/hsPPIQf0vO
There’s nothing to lose by giving a #student a second chance.
Nothing. Nada. Zilch.
There’s only the possibility of strengthening a #relationship, demonstrating the power of #empathy, and instilling a glimmer of hopeful recovery.
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“Post something steamy” she said. Is there anything steamier than a cup of @bluemoosehope coffee first thing in the morning as I head up the canyon?
I don’t think so either.
#steamy #coffee #bluemoosehope #travelthecanyon #embracehopebc https://t.co/cwNjBB9Xt1
Author Archives: stacey
You’ve probably heard that some radio stations have “banned” or stopped playing the classic Christmas song “Baby It’s Cold Outside” because of concerns that it perpetuates “rape culture” or because of concerns about consent. Well, there are a couple of … Continue reading
I promise this isn’t turning into a bread-blog, but my goodness, did we ever make a beauty of a loaf of bread yesterday! This is our No-Knead Rolled Oats Bread. I checked out Steve’s Kitchen on YouTube and followed his super … Continue reading
When I was a teenager my parents dragged me off to see every performance put on by the Vancouver Opera Company. I didn’t dare let any of my friends know that I was unavailable to go to a drunken teenage … Continue reading
I finally did it! I baked a loaf of bread from my sourdough starter that WE CAN eat!! The truth is that this was my second loaf. The first loaf turned out to be so dense and hard that I … Continue reading
I’m going way out to the wilderness of baking bread. I’ve created my own sourdough starter! I’ll tell more about the sourdough starter later but for now, here’s my first attempt at making bread with my starter. I used a … Continue reading
News that the classic Vancouver institution known as The Elbow Room is closing got me thinking about a few of the Vancouver restaurants that have closed. The first one that comes to mind is the Hastings Street seafood restaurant affectionately … Continue reading
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
I posted this picture on my A Dad in the Burbs Facebook Page with the question, “what holiday treat do you detest?” I was quite surprised at the response! People don’t like so many of the traditional Christmas treats! As … Continue reading
I have been making bread at home every other day and I am really quite enjoying the experience – as well as eating the bread! I make a super simple bread that requires VERY little effort. All I do is … Continue reading