Ode To Toby: Looking Back With My New Self-Regulation Lens

As part of my final project for Foundations 4, I am re-exploring some blog posts that I wrote in the past (before taking the courses through The MEHRIT Centre). I am going to update these posts based on my new … Continue reading

Looking Back And Looking Ahead – My Look At Self-Regulation Over Time

Almost three years ago, I read Stuart Shanker’s Calm, Alert, and Learning. This was part of a Book Club for our Board, and when I decided to join the Book Club, I did so skeptically. I thought that self-regulation was … Continue reading

Looking At Classroom Management Through A Self-Regulation Lens

Sixteen years ago, I was in the Faculty of Education and doing some of my first teaching placements. In each of my placements, I still remember the importance placed on “classroom management.” What did a well-managed class look like and sound like? … Continue reading

Is Passion Where It’s At?

In my last blog post, I shared some of my learning after reading John Spencer and A.J. Juliani‘s book, Empower: What Happens When Students Own Their Learning. The book explores a couple of different topics, but just like the book, Launch: Using … Continue reading