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An Extremely Beneficial Disease That You've Never Heard Of (because I made it up)

As you’re trudging through your college years, dragging your feet to slow the approach of your impending graduation date, every once and a while you’ll catch a temporary, yet powerful disease: … 866 more words

Day 17: Christian Stepien, Teacher (Stanley Mills Public School)

My name is Christian Stepien, and I’m a grade 1 teacher in Peel.

You know what I love?


I’ve been involved in the “early years” (Kindergarten, and now Grade 1) since I began my career nearly a decade ago.   186 more words

Peel District School Board

Write On! Literary Laureate Workshops

Page Walker Arts & History Center

If you have a creative interest in putting pen to paper, Cary has a unique “meet and learn” opportunity for writers (and wannabe writers) in the form of four free writing workshops offered by Piedmont Laureates. 573 more words

“Oh the Things You Can Learn”

Around this time, about two years ago, I was depressed and self-loathing because I felt that my life had become static; I had become complacent in my lifestyle. 393 more words


Cassie Kautzer: Reflections... September 7, 2014

NOAA Teacher at Sea

Cassie Kautzer

No Longer Aboard NOAA Ship Rainier

August 16 – September 5, 2014

Mission: Spread the word about NOAA’s Mission and Vision to the next generation of scientists! 1,106 more words

NOAA Teacher At Sea

Lifelong Learner

The Sanskrit workshop came to a close, and I wondered when I’d be able to study the alphabet again. We discussed study groups, other workshops and trainings; I hope to review what I learned this weekend, add to what I have learned, and be more adept at the language.   139 more words