Check out the short video of our Agribition field trip. We not only had a great time, but we also learned a lot more about rural communities!
Six What If Questions That Great Teachers Ask Everyday If you’re a teacher and you’re not questioning your methods daily, you might want to consider another profession. Great teachers always think they can do more for students. Outstanding teachers feel … Continue reading →
I can’t believe that this is my final post for my ECMP 355 class! Wow! I have had such a great time this semester with my laptop, well, on my lap! Keeping up with my tradition of using new apps, … Continue reading →
There are a lot of great sites out there to give students extra practice at home and to benefit parents as well. Below is a list of sites that might come in handy for you! Just click on the picture and it will direct you to the website.Dr. George Fergu…
“So what things are we expecting students to do that we would probably not submit to as adults? Expect them to work hard all day with few breaks. Silent hallways. Only go to the bathroom during breaks. Do hours of … Continue reading →
Last week our school had a book launch to commemorate Dr. George Ferguson’s book, The Wood Fairies Christmas Deed- a story written 80 years ago. It was a celebratory event joined by Robert George Ferguson’s grandchildren, Lung Association members, Regi…
I asked my class this very question this afternoon. For our school division’s Learning Improvement Plan, we have some major goals around reading and math. As teachers, we sometimes spin our wheels trying to think of new and different ways to help kids learn how to read or “get” math better. I took notes during […]
I would like to start by acknowledging the wonderful city that AMLE chose as its host for this years AMLE conference, Nashville, TN. As a first time visitor and having little knowledge of the region and history, it certainly took my breath away! As an avid music lover and guitar player, I know that I’ll […]