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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: preventable injuries
This coming week is back to school for the kids and teachers of BC. Seeing as there will be thousands of kids going back to school this coming week I feel it is important to offer two pieces of advice, … Continue reading
See this pretty new fence? How much do you think it would cost to have a fence like this built? There was probably not a whole lot of profit for the contractor in this lawn and fence install job. And why … Continue reading
With the recent changes to the excessive speeding laws in BC there has been loads of attention heaped on the few speed freaks who have been caught. As an example, last week the media were given a prime photo op … Continue reading
With the recent heat wave that has hit our city, many people are taking to the water to cool off. Lots of those people are out on the water, enjoying their boating leisure. Many others are sticking to the beaches … Continue reading
Did you know that on average, every month, six people die from drowning? Six people every month!! According to Statistics Canada, drowning was the leading cause of death for recreational and sporting activities in the early 2000s. According to the … Continue reading
I was listening to CBC Radio this morning and Anthony Germaine, filling in for Rick Clough was speaking to a guy about the tragic death of the young woman who was long-boarding on Mt Seymour Parkway. During that conversation Germaine … Continue reading
Funny how your perspective on life and taking risks will change once you have a couple of little babies you are responsible for. At this time of the year people all over the place are outside in the cold and wet, … Continue reading