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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Sask Bulletin Article

With 20 years of teaching, a master’s degree in curriculum studies and 12 intern teachers under my belt, I confidently called myself a teacher.

In 2014, I went out on a limb and applied for Project Overseas, a program sponsored by the Canadian Teachers’ Federation and our own Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation. I was thrilled when I was selected to travel to Uganda with a team of three other teachers to provide a summer institute to teachers abroad.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Sask Bulletin Article

I want to tell you a story about a faraway land; a land where the sun almost always shines and the people are prosperous.

It’s a land where the only downside of having fruit trees in your backyard is that they block the view of the mountains and the oceans.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Sask Bulletin Article

In celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the treaty resource kit, a new treaty resource is being rolled out for kindergarten to Grade 9 classrooms across the province. The new teacher resource builds upon the success of the original treaty resource kit and was created in collaboration with the Office of the Treaty Commissioner, First Nations Elders and educators.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Sask Bulletin Article

I would suggest it is a trap that the majority of us readily fall victim to; our nature is such that we crave there to be winners and losers. It is, after all, the simplest measure one can apply.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Sask Bulletin Article

Hi, hope your year is off to a great start.

This summer I read the book Social LEADia: Moving Students from Digital Citizenship to Digital Leadership by Jennifer Casa Todd. This was part of a summer book-talk series with the Regina Catholic School’s Connected Educator initiative. The book, and subsequent Twitter chat, confirmed many of my beliefs, understanding and potential of social media in the classroom.

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