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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: In the Kitchen
Last week I attended a cooking class at the Dirty Apron cooking school. The name of the class was Meat Eaters Unite. It was not vegetarian friendly. Above is a photo of the lamb chops I cooked. Start on the … Continue reading
We did it again – we did burgers on the grill. I have to admit that once again, I made them too thick. You’d think I would’ve learned after doing this once already! Another thing I would probably do differently … Continue reading
As you hopefully remember, it was Mother’s Day on the weekend just gone. To be precise, it was on Sunday. I had made reservations at one of our favourite local eateries (not A&W this time!) but, seeing as the weather … Continue reading
The other day I got a bee in my bonnet that I wanted to cook up some linguine carbonara. So I did it – Dad in the Burbs style which means I used a few “hacks” and whatever I had … Continue reading
Our second attempt at Instant Pot French Onion soup went much better than my first attempt. The difference? I cooked the onions longer before putting the pressure on. I also used more red wine while cooking the onions! And yes, … Continue reading
I don’t know why I stopped grilling last fall. It doesn’t really get that cold out here on the west coast so there really is no reason to stop. So when I saw my blogger/podcaster friend Tony Conrad (teller of … Continue reading
The kids and I saw a video on the Facebook about making what we called Meat and Potato Pie and we decided to give it a try ourselves – with what we had on hand, in the kitchen. We started … Continue reading
The guy on the Food Channel made it look so easy to make bacon wrapped onion rings! So easy! You just wrap the bacon around the onion ring, slide a toothpick through the connection where the strips of bacon begin … Continue reading
Those who follow me on Instagram or my Facebook page know that I’ve been working on my baking skills. I’m still working on my biscuit making technique and I’ve returned to bread making. Typically I do my bread making while … Continue reading