Educator Profile: Sherrie-Mae Guthrie

You may recognize Sherrie-Mae as the host of our first ever Twitter Chat from earlier this month. We know her as a tech-savvy educator who’s really maximizing social media when it comes to professional learning practices. Not only is she a well-known blogger and high profile Tweeter, she is a vice-principal with the Ottawa Carleton […]

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10 Ways in Which Teachers Change the World

We all have one or two great teachers we fondly remember; teachers who sparked something in us years ago and maybe even changed our path or helped us carve one out. Even teachers we don’t have clear memories of helped shape who we are today, and by doing so they helped change our world. Here […]

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Reading Roundup: Must-Read Books to Read over the Break

School’s out! It’s time to put your feet up and enjoy some mindful entertainment. We’ve rounded up a list of must-reads for teachers to delve into over the holidays. Wrap your hands around a mug of hot cider and settle in, these reads will captivate you from cover to cover. The Children Act by Ian McEwan […]

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