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Great Blogs I Follow…and you should too
- Spokes and Sporks
- The Mobile Learner
- Technology - Not a Side Dish...
- Ms Thomas' School Blog
- Mlle Peace's Blog
- Educational Leadership in the 21st Century
- TCDSB Literacy Team Blog
- LIANE PAIXÃO
- Anthony Perrotta
- the constant happiness
- The Digital Frontline
- Inquiring Minds = Life-Long Learners
- teachingnext: ideas for educators
Tag Archives: reflection
Everyday I walk into my office I am greeted by 9 serious looking faces staring down at me. No not our secretaries, (they are lovely and often too busy to pay much attention to me). I am greeted by 9 … Continue reading
When I started writing this blog in anticipation of assuming my new role as principal, I intended this to be a space for me to chronicle my impressions, struggles and victories in the job. At first I found it very … Continue reading
The next week is going to be very interesting at Pope as we have a chance to do something that teachers rarely get a chance to do. We get to actually do something with our ideas. Now don’t get me … Continue reading
This past week was a big one for Pope. I guess it was not so much a big week but more a week that we had been leading up to. We had our District Review this week as 18 administrators … Continue reading