Monthly Archives: October 2016
While our education system is still learning how to be versatile and adaptive to multiple intelligences and modes of learning, still the overall curricular structure is designed with abstract, academic knowledge in mind. I was a really good student in … Continue reading
There are some issues that I, as your school, trustee, will bring up and follow-through with as a member of the Winnipeg School Division Board. Some are not being discussed much in this by-election. One issue I would like to … Continue reading
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There are so many ingredients that go into raising and educating a child. At one time – a simpler time, no doubt – children had the run of the entire village, and later the neighbourhood, from which to learn. Then … Continue reading
This Thanksgiving, let’s thank the teachers. They inspire and show up to teach, even if their heads hurt or their hearts ache. Their noses run or their cars broken down. They put aside their personal lives for some hours each … Continue reading
I took, and still take, education very seriously. I knew when I enrolled in the 2-year post-degree Education program at U of W back in 2014 that I was being pragmatic but that I would find it a struggle to deal with … Continue reading