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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
Tag Archives: Home renovations
Finally, the kitchen floor update! To cut right to the chase I will say that I put plywood plank floors in our kitchen. Yes, a plywood plank floor.And I have to say, they look and feel incredible. I started by stripping … Continue reading
I am up to my eyeballs involved in this ever-growing home renovation, home-improvement nightmare job that I’ve taken on and I have not taken the time to sit down at my desk to write anything about it. Yet. I have … Continue reading
I am pretty well exhausted after finishing off the front steps to the house so this will be an abbreviated post. Here are the stairs, in place. If you look carefully at them you will see that there … Continue reading
Step Two of the front-porch steps rebuild process involved traveling out to Sunbury Cedar on River Road in Delta, BC to get the lumber. There is an interesting observation I have made in this front-porch steps rebuild project so far. … Continue reading
The first and most important step in any home renovation job is to go a Big Box Retailer and buy as many massive power tools as you can reasonably rationalize. That was exactly what I did this morning. I went … Continue reading