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Pam Strong 21 Feb 19
Ready, Set, Go! Excited to begin the LGBTQ2S+ conversation at
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@DebbieDonsky, Ed D 22 Feb 19
Honoured to learn from this fabulous woman, ⁦
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Carolyn Filice 22 Feb 19
Excited to present Day 2! Let's make a difference!
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Tundra Books 21 Feb 19
Visit us at Reading for the Love of It at booth 1005 to browse our new books! ❤️
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Heather Ryan 22 Feb 19
Looking at the front covers of 📚, what are our questions? What do we wonder?
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Wendy Graham 📚 22 Feb 19
Awesome session with Linda Hoyt who shared so many exciting strategies such as secret sentences for helping students develop as writers. Who knew two word sentences could be so powerful!
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St. Maria Goretti CS 21 Feb 19
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Wendy Graham 📚 22 Feb 19
Colinda Clyne explaining the TRC Calls to Action to a packed room. Everyone eager to learn how to respond to the calls in education.
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@DebbieDonsky, Ed D 22 Feb 19
Miigwetch for an excellent afternoon of learning.
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Marcea Ingersoll 22 Feb 19
Sharing intentions, gaining resources, listening to stories and seeing from multiple perspectives.
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Susie Ellis 22 Feb 19
Beginning the conversation about gender identity. ⁦
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Wendy Graham 📚 21 Feb 19
Excited be here and ready to learn from Joe and Aisha’s today - Indigenous Stories: Perspective Matters
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Christine Senior 22 Feb 19
Only 2% of college students are English majors. Why the overemphasis on literary analysis?
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Amy Scholl 21 Feb 19
Thank you for all the inspiration this afternoon as we looked at digital composition. The message I’m taking to heart: make room for imagining without worrying about the product or doing anything wrong. And, of course, model (model, model) the process!
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Heather Ryan 22 Feb 19
Exploring perspectives can be difficult; can children consider rights?
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Barbara Lepp 23 Feb 19
Some of my purchases and gifts from
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HWDSB FSL 22 Feb 19
It takes second language learners 36 to 45 seconds to respond to a question - but only 16 seconds in their first language. Wait time is imperative as a strategy in the second language classroom.
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Margaret Rayner 22 Feb 19
Congratulations ⁦⁩ , winner of “We Are The Land” at ⁦⁩ workshop ⁦
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Glen Downey, Ph.D. 20 Mar 19
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Paul Ronan 22 Feb 19
Happy to be at for day 2! Excited to share Math Place, taking the lastest research into your classroom!
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