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by Janet Lee Stinson

We have all made the call home that starts, “hi sorry to report bad news but…” Calling home to discuss undesirable behaviour is not the most inspiring thing on my… Read more »

 
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by Janet Lee Stinson

Unlocking your door, the day after your day away from school. You see it. The red ink stained piece of lined paper on your desk. You can tell the supply… Read more »

 
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by Chris Jenkins

I don’t know about everybody else, but, by the time I get home from work, make dinner, make the lunches, do a load of laundry, pay a couple of bills… Read more »

 
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by We Inspire Futures

Welcome to the We Inspire Futures podcasting project. Today I had an interesting conversation with friend and colleague Christine Jenkins. Listen as Chris Jay and I chat about a controversial issue… Read more »

 
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by We Inspire Futures

Welcome to the We Inspire Futures podcasting project. This is JL coming to you with enthusiasm. This week I had the opportunity to Skype with husband and wife duo Julie and… Read more »

 
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by Janet Lee Stinson

The first day of grade 9 is very scary for many grade 9 students. The fear of being lost in an  enormous building, being forced in to a locker by… Read more »

 
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by Janet Lee Stinson

The behavioural interview can mean the destruction of self confidence for some while others thrive in that situation. What are some do’s and don’ts of a behavioural interview?   Image(s): FreeDigitalPhotos.net

 
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by Janet Lee Stinson

My favourite age group to teach is grade 9. Grade 9 students are just learning the ropes of the high school setting. They are at a critical turning point of… Read more »

 
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by Janet Lee Stinson

We have all heard the question, if you could invite one person for dinner, who would it be? Let’s switch it up…If I could bring one person in to my… Read more »

 
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by Janet Lee Stinson

 I used to think that an exemplar was an exemplary example of student work. I was very proud of the numerous dusty projects looking down from above my bookshelves. Each… Read more »

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