To kick off our Winter 2011 semester we attended a conference covering many different education topics. For one session I chose to attend a presentation about physical education assessment, mostly since I know nothing about physical education and thought that perhaps I could get some
A few weeks ago, I finished up my finals for the year. Luckily, I only had to write two finals because all of my education classes had final projects instead. This meant I had a great deal of extra time to prepare for
Reflecting. It seems like it is the only thing I ever do anymore. To be quite honest, I’m getting a little tired of it. This is probably why my blog has been pretty slow in recent months. It’s not that I don’t like reflecting. I
Two weeks ago, I wrote a midterm for one of my education classes. We were told it was a multiple choice exam consisting of 80 questions. When my class arrived at the exam we discovered it was a pick the best answer type of exam.
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