Archive for July, 2015

Not Just a Bookshelf

Posted: 31st July 2015 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

I went into my son’s room today to retrieve some long-lost item, and found myself hit by a wave of nostalgia.  Esai is in the process of moving out and into a house with 9 (9?!?  Don’t say it, I know) other second year students. I’m entitled to a bit of momma sadness, aren’t I? […]

Who Will Be Their Terry Fox?

Posted: 25th July 2015 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

A million years ago, I was a teenager who was very driven.  I thought I had my whole life planned out.  I was committed to achieving my dreams and I worked very hard to creep towards them.  I knew how to get through high school quickly and successfully.  I knew how to balance those academic […]

Passion + Perspective = Progress

Posted: 2nd July 2015 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

Like many other twitter-attached educators, I was following along with the tweets and blog posts coming out of the ISTE 2015 conference over the last week or so.  Jealously.  (I don’t think I was alone in that.  There seemed to be almost as many #notatISTE tweets as there were posts from the actual conference).  I […]