I just wanted to make a quick post thanking my teachers and classmates. So from each grade and community, a student that has demonstrated citizenship and leadership is chosen for an award. I had the opportunity to tutor multiple individuals at school and within my community and I have been able to express myself and advocate… Read More School Award Ceremony 2015-16
I don’t really know how to start this post off because my summer break ends today. I hope my readers enjoyed the past two months and the great weather that it offered. Also, I appreciate my readers for taking their time to check out my posts. Now, there’s some worrying here and there about my… Read More Break Recap & Back to School
There are 70 minutes, 1 teacher, 40 students, and last but not least, budget cuts. Canada isn’t any different when it comes to big classrooms. Here’s a scenario. Let’s say that the teacher spends approximately 10 minutes with each student. Sometimes the duration is shorter but I have concluded that 8 minutes is the average.… Read More Canada’s Oversized Classroom Problem
Speechless about our education system.
Do you feel safe that your kids travel to school everyday without a seatbelt on? Or do you believe in safety experts saying that there are no need for seatbelts? Or are you convinced that there are higher risks by using alternate forms of transportation? Or do you believe that there are more injuries once… Read More School Transportation and Risks
With schools acquiring bigger budgets than ever before, where does the money go to? Infrastructure? Teachers? Once, in my freshman year at high school, I had a teacher who talked about respect for the laptop cart. Basically, a cart containing about twenty laptops needed as much attention as a student getting bullied, maybe even more. Also, the… Read More How Much Technology is Enough for our Classrooms?