Monthly Archives: October 2015

Starting big, then going small

I never would have thought that a Federal Election would take over the first month or so of school, but it did.  My grade 7 homeroom worked tirelessly on creating campaigns to engage their peers to vote for their party/local … Continue reading

Posted in education | Leave a comment

Student Voice = Student Choice

As an educator, I value every word my students write or speak when it comes to their learning journey.  Listening to my students and applying their ideas, concerns, and aspirations has led me to improve my role as a lead … Continue reading

Posted in education, educational practice, multimodalities | 2 Comments

Twitter – the good, the so-so, and the good

Many educators have read about why they should use Twitter; they have been told why they should us Twitter; they have seen how to use Twitter and yet I feel there are still so few voices of educators on this … Continue reading

Posted in education | Leave a comment