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Free, Easy, & Fun Summer PD (Sangria Not Included)

One of the aspects I like best about being a teacher is the freedom we educators have during the summer. Not in the sense of having our summers “off”–because who, among us, truly do… 907 more words


Widom Larsen Superconducting Hydrides and Directed Speculation

Things I do late at night when sleep evades…

It was about 1 A.M. and “laying in bed eyes wide open” time. So I reached over and grabbed the tablet. 2,922 more words

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Google Apps workshop

Last week I attend a workshop on using Google Apps for Education.  Kimberley Hall from CEOM lead us through ways of using Google drive, docs, forms, etc for ourselves, and with our students as a way of sharing and working collaboratively. 80 more words


The Best Professional Development

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There’s a distinct difference between Professional Development (PD) and Inservice.  It’s not often spoken of in the board I work in.  PD is the furthering of knowledge and skills and practices that a teacher has, involves some tough and sometimes confrontational conversations, and typically leaves the participating teacher feeling excited or inspired or more confident or more prepared or more clear on their practice.   662 more words

Colour say what?

So i was sitting on a chair the other day (very normal) when something said ‘”what’s up dude?”. I was all like “yoh, who said that”. 100 more words

blue is a hue

So here i am, watching movie and liking the way it looks. Is it the costumes ? Is it the setting ? What is it really. 263 more words



Hello my little Mushkas..

Just have to say.. Im feeling much smarter now haha! Becoming familiar with PD terminology is making me feel like I’ve got a much better understanding for it all as well as feeling like I could actually contribute during a conversation with a certain experienced someone about factual vs conceptual research. 375 more words