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Reflections on Failing Math, De-Streaming & the School Year Ahead

It’s been 25 years and I remember the summer of 1996 like yesterday. Excited to enter Gr. 11 where I could finally take the media courses I’ve been waiting for, I had to defeat my math demons first.  Like the … Continue reading

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What my Students taught me about Learning Skills

To understand and deeply appreciate the reality of the teacher in the classroom is to live deep inside the trench. Working along students with the hope to meet not only your respective goals as a classroom teacher but importantly provide … Continue reading

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Targeted Skills Development Matters

As a high school teacher, I can openly assert that much of the conversation around assessment is grounded in a post-secondary conversation. The culture of assessment in high school, for the most part, is still focused on a self-proclaimed awareness … Continue reading

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Students need to build and showcase “social currency.” Skills matter!

Much has been said about the role and importance of technology in education. From teacher use of technology to deliver content to the active use of technology by students to “show what they know,” notions of the traditional are in … Continue reading

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