Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Memory of Movies

While driving to work the other day, I was  listening to Metro Morning on the CBC  and a discussion as to why we cannot actively and cognitively remember moments from our childhood – primarily our toddler years.  As host Matt … Continue reading

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From the System: My Self-Directed Need to Return to the Classroom

Why Go Back? Let me begin by saying that I haven’t watched Jerry Maguire recently and that this writing is based purely on personal reflection and not an extravagant attempt to bring life to a mission statement regarding educational leadership. … Continue reading

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