Category Archives: Encouraging Collaboration & building relationships

Well, its happened…

As fast as my adventures as a Teacher on call began, they came to an end… Last Tuesday I started my first day as a 0.80 French and LST teacher. These past 2 weeks have been a blur, memorizing the … Continue reading

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Employee number and all!

The adventure continues from here…¬† I am proud to say I am now officially a member of the Surrey School District ūüôā¬†I have been fortunate enough to meet and converse with many SD36 staff on many occasions … ConnectEd Canada … Continue reading

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Inspiration found within the walls of your own school

Take a moment and reflect… When was the last time you visited your neighbour? Or a classroom at the opposite end of the school? When was the last time you asked a coworker what are they were up to with … Continue reading

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ConnectEdCanada

Connect Ed Canada …¬† I was surround by passionate educators, ¬†welcoming me with open arms, into their world of learning…¬† Connect Ed Canada¬† … ¬†A weekend full of thought provoking conversation, collaborating, and sharing. As a student teacher I often … Continue reading

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Professional Development :)

As many of you may know, I love conferences and professional development….. LOVE. I hunger for ¬†professional development…. crave case studies and am absolutely reenergized by networking! Most recently I attended the BCTF-NTC: British Columbia’s Teachers Federations, New Teachers Conference … Continue reading

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