Archive for July, 2014

A Lesson from Baseball

Posted: 30th July 2014 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

I was watching a baseball game on TV the other night – a totally NON school related activity, right? Some non thinking, summer time relaxation, right? Yeah, not so much. The announcer was talking about a new player and how the manager had put a lot of trust in this young guy (ok, for the […]

Inquiry is NOT just for 5 Year Olds

Posted: 12th July 2014 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

My son is heading off to university in the fall and I couldn’t be prouder. He is a smart, hard-working kid with big ambition and skills to match. But one of the things I’m most proud of is his choice of program. He does well in school, and, as a result, got into every program […]

Being Remarkable

Posted: 8th July 2014 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

It is a few weeks into summer vacation here. Such a lovely time of year to allow educators a chance to recharge, catch up with family, friends and those honey-do lists. It has struck me this year how few educators just leave it at that for summer plans, though. Most educators I know spend at […]