Archive for May, 2015

Learning Perspective at Soccer

Posted: 26th May 2015 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

Tonight I took my youngest daughter to soccer practice, parking myself in a lawn chair on the edge of the field as soccer parents tend to do.  As I watched the kids play, I talked to a fellow soccer mom.  We talked about the light and fun stuff:  summer plans, funny things our kids were […]

Summer Dreaming

Posted: 17th May 2015 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

It’s the May long weekend here – a celebration marking the life of Queen Victoria, and a benchmark that proclaims,  especially in the school world, that it is almost summer.  We still have over a month left of school, but next week countdowns will be on, plans to wrap up learning projects will be underway, […]

And Now It’s Personal #MakeSchoolDifferent

Posted: 3rd May 2015 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

Just when you think you are doing well – reflecting and learning, maintaining transparency to be accountable to your learning – someone comes along and calls you out.  Just last week I posted a blog called Make School Different, in response to a challenge issued to me by Aviva Dunsiger (@avivaloca).  You can see that […]

When Good Things Happen

Posted: 1st May 2015 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

Education is some serious business. All that thinking, working, disciplining. Lining up, quieting down, handing in. Sometimes it is all a lot of WORK. And then, some days come along where all sorts of good stuff happens.  Education is a collaborative business. I think on those good stuff days, we should be working extra hard […]