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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: opera
If you’ve been interested in the opera but don’t know where to the start, the Burnaby Lyric Opera and Shadbolt Centre for the Arts have the production for you – La Bohème, by Giacomo Puccini. La Bohème is a beloved … Continue reading
As you may remember, a couple of weeks ago I attended the Carli and Julie Kennedy concert at the Evergreen Cultural Centre. We have also attended other performances such as Driving Miss Daisy and Boeing, Boeing at the Evergreen. We … Continue reading
Seeing as I sailed out of the port of Vancouver on a tramp steamer on Friday, August 23rd, I was unable to attend the Evergreen Cultural Centre’s performance of Candide. In my place, Rae Ross, art and theatre aficionado, attended. … Continue reading
Candide was first published in France in 1759 to great acclaim and scandal. The novel tells the story of Candide, a naïve optimist who believes that the world he lives in is the “best possible world”. When Candide falls in love … Continue reading