Monthly Archives: October 2011

Teaching for Now and Not Yet

Recently, I spent hours creating a digital resume.  In truth, I have no use for it.  Why?  Partially, because I already have a job that I enjoy, but largely because it’s not how most employers currently access information about prospective … Continue reading

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Teaching and Learning with a Purpose

Last week we hit the October wall.  I’d never actually heard of that term until someone mentioned it in the comments section of my last post; once I read that, everything made sense. Essentially, the October wall is when students become so overwhelmed with … Continue reading

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At a Crossroads

I’m at a crossroads in my teaching career that I didn’t think I’d ever come to. Let me explain. For the past month, one of my classes has been working on an anti-trafficking campaign to raise awareness of slavery in Canada.  The … Continue reading

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