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 a private school the parents of my students came from a whole number of different […] . . . → Read More: A Teacher Who Hates Homework

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 a very different feel at this school and we are feeling much more like a […] . . . → Read More: Cccchanges

The Halifax Explosion: Repost

I understand why for most Canadians December 6th is a day of remembrance not for a disaster that killed 2000 people in Nova Scotia, but of a mad man shooting 14 women at an engineering school in Quebec. It was a horrible tragedy and I personally know some people who were attending the school […] . . . → Read More: The Halifax Explosion: Repost

December 6, 1917: The Halifax Explosion

I understand why for most Canadians December 6th is a day of remembrance not for a disaster that killed 2000 people in Nova Scotia, but of a mad man shooting 14 women at an engineering school in Quebec.  It was a horrible tragedy and I personally know some people who were attending the school at […] . . . → Read More: December 6, 1917: The Halifax Explosion