Monthly Archives: November 2010

Happy teachers, happy students

I am growing more and more interested in teachers within the learning community rather than students. Now, while actually at school my mind is almost always on my students. In my professional reading, though, I am consistently interested in understanding … Continue reading

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Spark | CBC Radio

Spark | CBC Radio. Last week on the CBC radio program Spark, Nora interviewed William Gibson.  They primarily spoke of his new novel Zero History and Nora mentioned his treatment of underground fashion.  Their discussion of our “information society” started … Continue reading

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Many things

So much time has passed! Since the end of 2009: I started my Master’s of Education program at the University of British Columbia. I am currently in the department of Language and Literacy, focusing on Teacher-Librarianship however, I am likely … Continue reading

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