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Using curriculum materials “with fidelity” on a day by day basis is rarely successful. No class is the same as another class. No student matches another in terms of abilities, interests, and habits of learning. Use resources wisely, not exclusively. #TeachBetter #Ditchbook
As the kids pointed out this morning, “He’s got a bigger than usual smile on his face today!”
So much for my growler of @moodyales! The little rascal finished it off last night.
#elfontheshelf #craftbeer #beer #dadlife #christmas https://t.co/hsPPIQf0vO
There’s nothing to lose by giving a #student a second chance.
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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Tag Archives: restaurants
News that the classic Vancouver institution known as The Elbow Room is closing got me thinking about a few of the Vancouver restaurants that have closed. The first one that comes to mind is the Hastings Street seafood restaurant affectionately … Continue reading
I was down near Coquitlam Center and I had some time to kill, and of course I was hungry, so I went into Nagano Sushi for a pre-dinner snack. First impressions were that the combos and many of the menu … Continue reading
I remember when I was a teenager, way back when, and my buddies and I would go to Me-n-Ed’s Pizza Parlour near what was then the Middlegate Mall – now known as Highgate. Back then I didn’t know much about … Continue reading
After it was announced that the Lotto Max $50 million winning ticket had been purchased at a convenience store in Vancouver, my father-in-law made the assumption that he had won the Lotto Max jackpot. Assuming that he was now a … Continue reading
Earlier this week we were out late in the afternoon with the wee uns and we were just too tired to go home and make dinner for the kids. Seeing as I detest most take-out, other than some sushi or … Continue reading
Recently I had the pleasure of taking a couple of my New Westminster clients out for a working lunch. Seeing as they were based in New West, I thought it might be nice to try out something other than the River’s … Continue reading
In the days of long ago, during more innocent times, when we were childless, my Sweetheart and I would search out new and exotic cuisines at the most fashionable restaurants in our city. In fact we would plan our vacations around … Continue reading
There are a few benefits to going to restaurants when you have small children. The first benefit is that they just about always have a table set aside for you, usually in the furthest back corner, right beside the washroom … Continue reading
So hosted my annual mans’ night dinner on Saturday night at the Q Steakhouse. Unfortunately two of the invitees canceled late in the process. Regardless, a very good time was had by the two of us who did make it. When we arrived … Continue reading
It didn’t work out quite like I planned, but we did make it out to the Q Steakhouse for dinner tonight. For a couple of reasons I did not live-blog the event as I had planned. However, for those on … Continue reading