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Welcome to our next media level with our podcast Read Into This! This podcast has been our pet pandemic project and we hope to keep adding content as we explore everything about reading, learning, leading and so much more.  I thought it would be the perfect time to best it out in TeachOntario in conjunction with our Station Eleven book club.  It's… (Show more)
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As I watched the news features, Facebook post and countless Instagram stories flooding mass media with George Floyd’s inhuman death, I could not help but think about the ramifications for our students and how educators need to address this come September when students presumably return to school. Regardless of what students are being taught at… (Show more)
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  Lana Parker and Diane Vetter are educators, mentors and researchers who have co-authored a book titled “Mentoring Each Other: Teachers Listening, Learning, and Sharing to Create More Successful Classrooms.” Lana is an Assistant Professor at the University of Windsor and Diane is a Course Director at York University.   Published by Pembroke… (Show more)
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Please comment below to continue the discussion from the Live Webinar with Marian Small "Approaching Math Ideas Visually"   click here to view a transcript of the live chat Access Marian's slide deck here: Approaching Math Ideas Visually.pptx  Watch the recorded webinar here: Marian Small: Approaching Math Ideas Visually    Marian has… (Show more)
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  I’ve lost track now of how many weeks we are into remote learning in Ontario but I believe it is nine weeks and entering our tenth. I have been doing a lot of self-reflection throughout this process both as an educator and parent and felt it helpful to write this post as I consider how the rest of the year might look now that we know we won’t be… (Show more)
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There is a lot of talk about mindset in education today, and I agree, it is important; I just think that we put too much emphasis on only one type of mindset and we need to broaden our scope. I see mindset on three levels that are interdependent, picture three concentric circles if you will. In the centre is have, surrounding that is encourage,… (Show more)
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The darkest hour is just before the dawn. Let there be light. (A teacher’s life) DAWNIlluminate, elucidate, fill with curiosity and wonder. MORNINGBring to light. Use a light touch. Trip the light fantastic. MIDDAYLight bulb moment. Brilliance, radiance. AFTERNOONSee the light. Blaze, glare, dazzle. Understanding, enlightenment. SUNSETSee things… (Show more)
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What’s the point of teaching knowledge when we have Google? Well, it’s simple, because you don’t know what you don’t know. You need to know something to ask something of Google, right? Furthermore, how do you know you should even be asking something in the first place? William Poundstone considers this very conundrum in his article Does knowledge… (Show more)
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My tongue was a different colour every other day for more than two weeks that summer. The day I saw that jawbreaker I knew I had to get it. It was HUGE! Talk about bang for your buck or quarter as the case may be. I was so excited when Mom let me get it. All the way home in the car all you could hear was me gleefully sloppy-slurping that enormous… (Show more)
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