My name is Shelley Wright. I am a high school educator in Moose Jaw, SK. I love learning more than anything else; this blog is part of that journey.
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Yes, the Vessay. It’s new. Or at least it is to my students. When you’ve done something as momentous and challenging as creating a Holocaust museum, what do you do next? It’s not about topping it, it’s about challenging and … Continue reading
I had no idea becoming a different type of teacher was so exhausting. The process of analyzing, reflecting, and changing almost everything can be absolutely depleting. Some evenings I have crawled into bed at 7:30. But it is also exhilarating and humbling, … Continue reading
Today, I have been mulling over the words of classmate Danielle Stinson, which really was the catalyst to bring this post together. It’s been in pieces for days, but no longer. And it looks very different from when I first started; … Continue reading
There are days when I am fortunate enough to have conversations that are deeply significant to who I am as a teacher. Lately, they seem to happen more often. Three conversations today deeply impacted me. Furthermore, we had a staff meeting in … Continue reading
Although I’ve been teaching my classes differently for the past couple weeks, today was the first day we spent using technology. In CE 10 we began researching the LRA and different ways our class might be able to help those affected in … Continue reading