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Inclusive Learning with Multiple Intelligences: we are all unique in our own way

‘Every child matter’ was the bold statement that put out a strong message for all teachers: a fact that subsequently continue to reverberate through inclusive learning and differentiation in the classroom in the modern day classroom. 1,596 more words


Science Camp snapshot: erosion survey

The Arctic is rapidly experiencing the effects climate change, and Kaktovik is no exception. Like all small villages on the North Slope, Kaktovik is seeing massive coastal erosion that may soon threaten local infrastructure. 219 more words


Fake it till you make it

I’ve never had any problems assuming the multi-faceted roles and responsibilities of a classroom teacher before. In fact, being all things to all men is what I feel called to be. 496 more words

Beginning Teacher

My Frustration with ICTs Early on in this course


Think back on one of the frustrations or time-consuming tasks you’ve already undertaken in this course (or elsewhere) with ICTs?

Was it caused by you not understanding the schemata/model of the ICT? 429 more words


I Made a Mistake ... Huzzah!!!!

There is an unhealthy trend in this country that has me worried for our future. I’m sure it’s one that has been mentioned before by others who are experts. 580 more words


"She has Asperger's Syndrome..."

We were at a splash pad. I was sitting in the shade on a bench next to another mom. My own mother had lovingly placed me there, insisting that I needed to cool off. 438 more words

What Matters Most

One Year Later

My 24th birthday ended about a half hour ago. That means I’ve officially left my early twenties and have settled uncomfortably into my mid-twenties—woof. Two days ago was also another semi-important day: it marked one year since I returned home from my ten-month extravaganza in France and England. 1,160 more words