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A Guide to Documenting Learning - Book Review
If you look back at the date of my first post, you'll see that I have not been blogging for long at all. Documenting my learning in this format, on this public plat (More)
It's Gonna Be May - PGP Reflections
I cannot believe Passover is over and tomorrow we will be back at school for the final months of the year. It feels like just yesterday I was sitting in Dr. Mitzmacher's office, discussing my Professional Growth Plan for the year. Boy has it evolved! (More)
The Only Cure Is More Sketchnoting!
I am at the very beginning of my sketchnoting journey. I have never, not even once, made a sketchnote. At this moment, I believe sketchnoting is drawing images to represent ideas we hear about or read about. They can be connected in various ways to t (More)
The Documenting Process
Although I've written some blog posts both here and on my classroom blog in an effort to document my learning and the learning of my students, I've never consciously thought about the actual process of do (More)
The Oxymoron of Leadership
I am currently taking my Principal's Qualifications and am required to write a reflection after each module. It has been on my mind since the start of the course that these reflections get posted to one person, yet there is so much more we all could (More)
Where Am I Going? Where Have I Been?
January 7, 2008 was the first day of my first teaching job in Vancouver. I graduated with my B.Ed in 2007 and started working towards my Master' (More)
The Modern (Jewish) Teacher's Guide to Guilt
About 6 years ago I read a book called, "The Modern Jewish Girl's Guide to Guilt" by Ruth Andrew Ellenson, in which different J (More)
Chapter 1
Full disclosure - after completing this video, sitting on it for a few hours, I completely intended to remake the video to include some thoughts I felt I hadn't completely expressed initially. But as this is my first post on my journey to document FO (More)
My Documentation Learning Curve
Over the last 2 days, I, along with some of my colleagues, have had the incredible opportunity to work with Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano about documenting our own learning AS learning. I had two new experien (More)
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