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This post took longer to write than it should have.

This post took longer to write than it should have.

This week’s blog prompt came at an opportune time and I’ll explain why using a recent personal story.  My wife and I have a 6-month old daughter and she is fantastic! Unfortunately, now that summer is long gone, I’m back to the hectic world of teaching which, as we all know, is a job that … Continue reading “This post took longer to write than it should have.”

Mixing it up

Mixing it up

Greetings once again, fellow ECI&I 833ers. Today, I’m going to attempt to articulate how theories of knowledge and learning have underpinned my own teaching philosophy and classroom practice. For starters, I’m going to admit, I haven’t spent much time putting a lot of “deep thought” into my teaching philosophy and its origins.  When people ask … Continue reading “Mixing it up”

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