Category Archives: Education

Module 1 Reflection: Local and Global Contexts

Making the PYP happen in early years: Implementing Agency

Module 1: Local and Global Contexts

Reflection: How is my understanding of the PYP principles and practices in the early years evolving?

I used to think that PYP in the early years, especially … Continue reading

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Hello World, I’m Back

This is so very weird to be writing again. Not that I don’t write every single day, it is just a lot different than pushing the publish button and seeing a post come into people’s feeds. It is 2020 and … Continue reading

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A Teacher Who Hates Homework

Though I haven’t taught in a classroom for many years, I still have strong opinions about teaching. I loved being a teacher, and I loved teaching, but I didn’t like homework. I still don’t like homework.
When I was teaching in … Continue reading

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Cccchanges

This year we were fortunate enough to get Aidan into the French immersion school closer to our house, but still cross boundary for us. Since heading to L’ecole Billingue things have changed significantly in a lot of ways. There is … Continue reading

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