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The Rocks (A Story from Unplugd11)

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Danika sitting in a muskoka chair, under the solar panel, over looking the lake. Danika’s Rock: Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on [...]

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EdBookClub: Diving Deeper Into Learning

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Have you ever wanted to enrich a conversation with more credibility and dept of thought? Bringing this type of change is [...]

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Extending a Digital Footprint: Stories of my Grandfather

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Interaction with Grandpa happened in fields, over chess boards and with pointed fingers. At one point about 20 years ago, Grandpa decided that he could kill two birds with one stone. He wanted to have clean [...]

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Tallest Building In Town: Serving Our Communities

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One warm summer day, I rode shot gun while my grandfather, then in his mid sixties espoused wisdom to me, his 11 year old grandson. We were driving [...]

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Professional Learning Games: The Network That Plays Together Stays Together

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Each March there is a special time that captivates me. For a Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday I follow games from teams that I’ve never heard with players that [...]

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Ears in the Water: Assessment for Improvement

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Lately, I’ve been thinking about the impact of assessments that are based on criteria versus percentiles and norms.  My thoughts about how all assessments don’t equally help students improve were kick started with smell of chlorine, [...]

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Unplug’d: Canadian Education Summit

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There is a guy I know, named Rodd.  He had a skype chat with me this past summer and offered a number of interesting ideas: So, what would happen if educators from across Canada who were doing compelling things in the [...]

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