Sit Spot

Sit Spot & Sense of Place

Find one place in your natural world that you visit all the time and get to know it as your best friend. Let this be a place where you learn to sit still – alone, often, and quietly – before you playfully explore beyond. This will become your place of intimate connection with nature.
– Young, Haas, & McGown. (2010). Coyote’s Guide To Connecting With Nature.

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I Was Born to be a Teacher

I have stayed silent long enough. There is a danger in silence. A danger I am not willing to ignore. A danger I am not willing to allow the future children of British Columbia, my province, my country to endure any longer. Maybe I am misinformed and the plans for public education in British Columbia are bright, fruitful, and beneficial for all.

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Dear Parents & Guardians

Dear Parents and Guardians,
I am sorry that it was suddenly “maybe” the last day of school and I am sorry that I didn’t get a chance to say a proper goodbye to your child, my students.