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Kind #5Days5Words

Posted: 13th August 2018 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

I need to get back to blogging, but didn’t want to set too lofty a goal.  So I gave myself a challenge:  blog every day for my last 5 internet-friendly days of summer vacation about 5 little words I have been reflecting on this recharging summer.  Here’s word number five. “Three things in human life […]

Freedom #5Days5Words

Posted: 12th August 2018 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

I need to get back to blogging, but didn’t want to set too lofty a goal.  So I gave myself a challenge:  blog every day for my last 5 internet-friendly days of summer vacation about 5 little words I have been reflecting on this recharging summer.  Here’s word number four. My husband and I got […]

Create #5Days5Words

Posted: 11th August 2018 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

I need to get back to blogging, but didn’t want to set too lofty a goal.  So I gave myself a challenge:  blog every day for my last 5 internet-friendly days of summer vacation about 5 little words I have been reflecting on this recharging summer.  Here’s word number three. Earlier this week, Sue Dunlop […]

Scared – #5Days5Words

Posted: 10th August 2018 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

I need to get back to blogging, but didn’t want to set too lofty a goal.  So I gave myself a challenge:  blog every day for my last 5 internet-friendly days of summer vacation about 5 little words I have been reflecting on this recharging summer.  Here’s word number two.   I could make you […]

Peace – #5Days5Words

Posted: 9th August 2018 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

I need to get back to blogging, but didn’t want to set too lofty a goal.  So I gave myself a challenge:  blog every day for my last 5 internet-friendly days of summer vacation about 5 little words I have been reflecting on this recharging summer.  Here’s word number one. When I was much younger, […]

#5Days5Words

Posted: 8th August 2018 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

Why, hello!  How was your summer?  I know, I can’t believe it is almost over.  So what did you do?   Summer (or, more correctly, summer vacation) is almost over, at least in the educator’s world.  I know I have five more days to clean out closets, attend to my summer to-do list and read […]

Total Eclipse of the Arts

Posted: 10th April 2018 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

I was trying to think of some of my earliest, and most memorable, connections to the arts.  The list was quite eclectic.  My first clear memory of dance was that time in Kindergarten I convinced Ms. Cadman to let me perform a tap show for the class.  I had never (and still have never) taken […]

A Two Sided Blog Post

Posted: 1st February 2018 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

Have you ever wondered what really goes on in a school to support a student who struggles with self-regulation?  Aviva (as classroom educator) @avivaloca and Kristi (as school administrator) @keerybi team up to offer their perspectives on how they would approach a specific situation.  Changing a student’s ability to self-regulate takes a lot of work […]

One in Five

Posted: 31st January 2018 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

Me about 8 years ago at a board workshop:  “One in five people will be affected in their lifetime by mental illness?  That number can’t be right.  Maybe they mean one in five of us will know someone affected; not that one if five will ACTUALLY face challenges to our mental health.  Yeah, that must […]

The Two Sides of Resolution #OneWordOnt

Posted: 7th January 2018 by kkeerybi in Uncategorized

My first grown-up job was working in PR and event planning for an arts council in the Toronto area.  It was a pretty amazing job for a fresh high school graduate (except for the commute.  Hamilton to Toronto was not fun even in those dark ages).  I learned that I did better writing about the […]