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Observing Student Engagement

Morning begins with a 45-minute block of Sociology, which also happens to be one of the favorite classes of many students. This actually surprised me during my first two weeks of observing, because Sociology has a significant theory base that is difficult – but essential – to master. 341 more words


Urban Guerrilla Stargazing

By Ken Hewitt-White

Most backyard astronomers – me included – have to work around trees, houses, and bright lights. Pull up a chair while I tell you about an aggravating obstacle-avoidance session I endured a few years ago at my suburban home in Chilliwack, B.C. 374 more words

The Joy Of Observing

Back To School I Go!


It’s crazy how quick this semester is moving. This past week I was able to begin my student observation. It’s funny because I honestly felt a little giddy the night before I started. 503 more words

The Rocking Moon

On Monday September 15th the Moon will show its maximum libration. Lunar libration is a tilting motion of the Moon as it revolves around the Sun with the Earth. 385 more words

Earth And Space

Moon The Sisters

Sunday morning, September 14th, before the Sun rises look toward the eastern horizon for the waning gibbous Moon to be rising in between two open star clusters, … 94 more words


Cameraygal Festival Star Night is now OFF

Sorry, everyone, this persistent cloud means that we will not be able to go ahead with the Star Night tonight, Saturday the 13th.


School Context

Schools do not exist in isolation from the broader community; rather, they are a focal point, and one of the most important institutions within our society. 480 more words