Monthly Archives: April 2015

Stop Pretending… #MakeSchoolDifferent

I am taking up Doug Peterson’s (@dougpete) challenge to contribute to the #makeschooldifferent conversation. Here are the five things that I think we need to stop pretending. Stop pretending that levelled books and classroom libraries create lifelong readers. Early readers … Continue reading

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From My PLN 04/21/2015

I rely on my broad professional learning network (PLN) to fuel my thinking, and would like to think that I’m pretty good at sharing through online networks and at conferences, etc.. However, it occurred to me that there are plenty … Continue reading

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An Interview with Anita Brooks Kirkland

I was very pleased to be interviewed this week by Ontario education leader and friend Doug Peterson. Doug dedicates himself to helping connect Ontario teachers through professional learning. He is a prolific blogger, and regularly highlights teachers and their work … Continue reading

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