Mar 5, 2018

DIGITAL POSTURE

By | 2018-03-05T08:55:00+00:00 March 5, 2018|21st Century Learning, Admin Staff, Technology|

I admit it…I’m a late adopter. I am careful in approach and rarely jump into anything new without appropriately assessing all options. Then I weigh them, and observe the early adopters to be sure I don’t experience the same pitfalls they will inevitably find themselves in. And although I consider myself a digital native, I [...]

Apr 3, 2017

Crossing Borders

By | 2017-04-03T08:57:20+00:00 April 3, 2017|Admin Staff, Whole Child Education|

As a young boy, who was raised in Ontario, I remember taking multiple family vacations “to the west” to visit my grandparents in Lacombe, Alberta. On one of our trips, my parents decided to traverse the continent mostly in the US, taking in some sights along the way such as Mt. Rushmore, Yellowstone etc. However, [...]

Dec 1, 2016

Coffee and Purple Cows

By | 2016-12-01T07:05:38+00:00 December 1, 2016|21st Century Learning, Admin Staff|

I love Starbucks. Yes, the coffee is great and yes, I love the brand that they work hard at portraying. Here’s the real reason: they don’t advertise on TV. I love the fact that Starbucks is considered one of the current, most recognized brands in the world (along with Coke, McDonald’s and Apple) and they [...]

Oct 3, 2016

The Grapes of Learning

By | 2016-10-03T13:32:56+00:00 October 3, 2016|21st Century Learning, Admin Staff|

Two weeks ago, I (along with a few colleagues) spent some time at a Christian Schools Canada Conference for administrators across Canada. Our keynote speaker was Andy Crouch (coincidentally also the keynote speaker for the InspirED teacher’s convention this week). Andy is the senior editor for Christianity Today and was formerly a Christian contemporary singer songwriter. [...]

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