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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.
A quick update on the New Westminster cohort 6 weeks into the program! @mrjtyler @newwestschools @khachlaf @adadintheburbs @SabineDecamp
We tried our @farmtownmeats top sirloin steak quite rare this weekend. Seasoned with a generous sprinkle of kosher salt, a healthy grind of black pepper and then two minutes of searing heat for each side. We enjoyed it.
#beef #grassfedbeef #steak #… https://t.co/wsQ7EkoJkJ
Category Archives: Durable Goods
I was looking over the data for vehicle sales in Canada and the most interesting part of the data is that trucks seem to be the biggest sellers in Canada. In 2016 the top three vehicles sold in Canada were … Continue reading
Here is the video of me putting the ICE double edge safety razor to work. The razor was provided to me by the folks at The House of Knives. Watch to see me lather up my pretty face and get … Continue reading
I reached out to the folks at The House of Knives because I wanted to see how a brand new double edge safety razor would feel compared to the vintage ones that I typically use. I have to admit, the shiny … Continue reading
As I write this blog post I am sitting in the parking lot of the Burnaby Central Secondary school in the borrowed Nissan Leaf while it is charging. I have to admit, I’ve been a little negligent and perhaps a … Continue reading
My bestie who happens to own a Nissan Leaf has gone to New York City for a few days. Unfortunately for him and his lovely wife, they had to be at the Vancouver airport at the ungodly hour of 0600. … Continue reading
Yesterday we returned in the Nissan Leaf from Whistler to our homes in the burbs of Vancouver. When we left Whistler we had almost 100% charge on the batteries after the car being plugged into a 110 volt standard electrical … Continue reading
My EV road trip is now in progress. I am in a Nissan Leaf headed to Whistler to take part in the beer festival. I will update as we progress. For now, here is the data as we leave home: … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I posted about a plan to drive up the Fraser Canyon in my friend’s Nissan Leaf – an all electric vehicle. Well, as I said in my update right in that post, our EV trip up … Continue reading
1945hr update – note to self. Don't plan an EV trip with a guy who plans to (literally) climb a mountain the same day as you want to drive the Scenic 7. My driver is still stuck on the road … Continue reading
Seeing as I am quite seriously considering the purchase of an electric vehicle, I decided to do some cost comparisons of electric vehicles to comparable gas powered vehicles. The four specific vehicles I chose to compare ON PAPER (I did NOT … Continue reading