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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.
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Our students are learning all the time. They're learning through video on YouTube. They're learning through quick bites of information on Twitter and Facebook. One way they probably aren't learning? By listening to a teacher lecture for 60 minutes straight. #TeachBetterAlice Keeler@alicekeeler
Teach them how to critically read the results.
We just assume students know how to Google search ... They don't. They know how to type words into a box but how to do it effectively and to analyze the results. We have to teach them.
Tag Archives: community
After working his regular 8 hour afternoon shift at a school cleaning classrooms, washrooms, hallways and offices, one of my friends, a CUPE brother volunteered, like so many others, to come in to work the next morning at 5am to … Continue reading
Over the last couple of years a buzz word that I hear a lot (too much of) is “community consultation”. Any change that a business or community wants to make has to go through a “consultation process” to help the … Continue reading
Rather than doing too much driving this holiday season, consider staying local and enjoying everything the season has to offer right in your home community. If Coquitlam is local for you, their holiday programs and special events, as well as … Continue reading
Seeing as some of my fondest childhood memories are related to time spent on a farm, I felt inclined to share the following Facebook-Twitter campaign with you. Farm Credit Canada (FCC), the Rick Hansen Foundation and the Canadian Agricultural Safety … Continue reading
Every year at about this time I choose to support one non-profit organization. I choose a non-profit organization that does great work in the community and helps people meet their potential. In the past I have supported (and actually still … Continue reading
On September 23rd I attended the coolest charity silent art auction”fundraiser” event I have ever seen. To be truthful, it was not a fundraiser, it was a “timeraiser.” Instead of bidding money for the original art items up for bid, … Continue reading
This afternoon I will be attending the grand opening of the shiny new Robert Lee YMCA building on Burrard Street in Vancouver. More about that event later this evening or whenever I can get near a computer. 7:45pm…I am home from … Continue reading