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"Coffee break @bluemoosehope just before we traveled through the Fraser Canyon."
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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.
Tag Archives: driving
Yesterday I followed an interesting twitter “conversation” about the possibility of implementing red light cameras that not only catch people driving through red lights but also catch drivers who are speeding while driving through red lights. One person commented that … Continue reading
Although I posted yesterday saying I would not be posting my own musings and such as often over the next few days, I have to talk about something I have discovered over the last couple of days. Over the last … Continue reading
Everything you hear on the radio, the TV and the print media is about how distracted driving is the leading cause of vehicle accidents, injuries and motor vehicle related death. There are police officers stationed at many intersections around Metro … Continue reading
Drivers in Metro Vancouver have a new, real-time traffic map to plan smarter and more efficient journeys. The traffic map is free to use and accessible online. The map colour-codes major highways and roads in the Metro Vancouver region according … Continue reading
People may or may not know this, but for many years there has been a scientific experiment about the practice of tailgating taking place on our city streets, highways and freeways. The hypothesis and experimental practice was that if a … Continue reading