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Teacher Feature #47 – I Love to Read

In last night’s post, I indicated that I have set a personal goal to create and share one “Teacher Feature” each month. Furthermore, I stated that it seemed like this  challenge was more frequently occurring in the latter half of … Continue reading

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Teacher Feature #35 – Curiosity

“Information at your fingertips” can be a detriment to teaching. Don’t get me wrong. As an educator, I appreciate the ease at which Google, and other search engines, serve up results to the inquiring minds of today’s students. However, I … Continue reading

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Teacher Feature #31 – Ask Questions To Learn

Today’s “Teacher Feature” remix has a special connection for me. I have been lucky throughout my educational career, both as a student and as a teacher, to have usually felt confident enough to ask questions if I did not understand. … Continue reading

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Teacher Feature #30 – Focus on the Future

As the Canadian school year officially draws to a close today, I thought I’d take time to reflect on the future. Teacher Feature #30 – Yogi Berra – June, 2013 To help readers understand my “future perspective”, I thought I’d … Continue reading

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Teacher Feature #29 – Learning from Experiences

My father was a very wise man. He claimed that he got to be so smart because he attended “the school of hard knocks”. Ever an optimist, he said that it was important to learn from one’s experiences. In creating … Continue reading

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Teacher Feature #28 – Pay It Forward Day

I must admit that I look forward to reading the regular Saturday’s “Random Acts of Kindness” page in our local Winnipeg Free Press newspaper. With all the drama and sensationalism, that is often dispensed through our news media, it is … Continue reading

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Teacher Feature #27 – Never look down …

This month’s “Teacher Feature” displays the results of my “Image with a Message” activity. I believe that all students, regardless of subject area, should be able to use technology to accomplish the following three basic tasks: search the Internet critically; … Continue reading

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Teacher Feature #26 – School vs. Life

Wow … the month is almost over and I have yet to share my monthly “Teacher Feature”. I’m always looking for educational quotes that I can add to my random “Quote of the Day” displayed in the top right corner … Continue reading

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Teacher Feature #25 – Success and Work

For my January, 2013 “Teacher Feature”, I thought that I’d remix a famous Vince Lombardi quote with this very appropriate Flickr image from Jeffrey Cuvilier which he shared with a Creative Commons license. Teacher Feature #25 – Vince Lombardi – January, … Continue reading

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Teacher Feature #24 – Three Little Words

Technology empowers students. Certainly this brief sentence contains three important words. However, when creating this month’s “Teacher Feature”, I remembered “three little words” that will help reduce teacher stress while empowering students. It is recommended that teachers start responding to … Continue reading

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