This past week there has been quite the discussion generated by my post about my brother, Kent, and the honour roll policy at his high school. Blog posts, Twitter conversations, Facebook chats, Ning Discussions, emails, phone calls, and staff meetings have all been generated from
Kent, Lauren and I after a school awards night. Right now, my younger brother, Kent, is on the final stretch of his high school career, and set to graduate at the end of June. Just like anyone in his shoes, he couldn’t be more
Over a week ago, my class did a “show and tell” project through Elluminate. The night that I was initially scheduled to share with my class, I had some serious technical difficulties, which nearly resulted in a laptop being thrown out of a window.
One thing that I have really had to work on and essentially re-learn since the start of my university career is mental math. Back in elementary school, I am quite certain I was a mental math whiz. I could likely rattle off multiplication tables in
I’m sure that I’m not the only one who has ever had extreme frustrations with technology. This evening, I was supposed to do a show and tell activity with my ECMP 455 class in Elluminate. I spent the last few daysday attempting to make my
This semester has been a weird one for me so far. I’m shocked that it is already Reading Week. It does not feel like I’m that far into the semester. Maybe it’s because my head hasn’t exactly been in it. I can’t figure out why