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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: parenting
Before I became a father I had many delusional dreams of having intellectual conversations with my children. I thought about the conversations we would have about local and global issues. I also thought about wandering along the shoreline with my … Continue reading
This summer there have been three phrases that I have heard from my kids approximately 17,375,869 times. Not that I was keeping a precise count. Actually, I I was. The first phrase I heard the most frequently, from the earliest … Continue reading
While at the swimming pool today with my kids I overheard a woman saying to another woman that, “kids always get hurt when they are with their fathers and very rarely when they are with their mothers.” Taking exception to … Continue reading
A friend of mine is going to become a father very soon and he was asking me what fatherhood is like and what he can do to prepare himself for the life changes he will soon be facing. So I … Continue reading