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Hello my lovely readers, today I had a revelation that kind of broke my mind. Now for all of the teachers that read my blog this may come as a bit of a shock.(I know that there’s at least three teachers who read this) … 437 more words

The World

March 2-6


Students in Mrs. Northwood’s and Ms. Paszt’s JK/SK class are doing the borrow-a-book program. Remember to bring a new book home each night, record each one you read and after 10, you get a special sticker for your folder! 566 more words


We Luv NDub

There is something amazingly passionate going on at New Westminster Secondary School.

It was a love fest Thursday as our group of book club moms attended Footloose, the musical put on by the high school students this year. 388 more words


Rant #4 i think??

Ughhhhhhhhh. Hey people. Today I’m ranting about homework and projects, cause right now I have this huge genealogy project in social studies which I hate. We have to make a poster, a portfolio, and a google presentation. 173 more words

Mirror mirror

I was tenth in line at the post office.

The woman ahead of me had a mess of bleached hair. The tips had been dipped in hot pink. 840 more words


A Handshake A Day…A Classroom Practice That Changed Everything

During my 36 years of teaching English at the high school level, I attended many, many “professional development” workshops. I will let you in on a secret. 1,276 more words


Six ways Tim Ferriss can make you a better teacher

Technology has increased the rigor of professional development sessions tremendously, mainly because new tools exist that actually engage students and help them produce. Another reason is the field of education has experienced an influx of smart people who view learning in a much different way than teachers and administrators. 805 more words

Rise And Converge