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Resource for Teaching Indigenous Literature

The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) from the University of Toronto has published a very helpful webpage with a database of Indigenous literature resources for teachers. 307 woorden meer


A Quick Jab at Gun Control Proponents

You’re fighting the wrong battle.

Not only that, the battle you’re fighting is a losing one.

Guns are not the issue.

Guns are inherently inanimate. 82 woorden meer

Wild & Woad Early Fall: Week 4

This week we are hosting the Dragon Day Olympics in our backyard. An outgrowth of Michaelmas, we celebrate bravery, strength, and daring, while having a ton of fun. 824 woorden meer

Rowan Forge Homeschool


I spent time with one of my students, listening to him describe his classroom. He was pained by the fact that the students he was teaching had regressed in their ability to get to the business of learning. 555 woorden meer


Lesson 6: Minerals and Rocks

“All the lessons are in nature. You look at the way rocks are formed – the wind and the water hitting them, shaping them, making them what they are.

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Warm-up Question (Choose one, make up your own, or skip this part all together, depending upon the nature of your group.):

  1. Do you typically remember your dreams?
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Reading Review #2

In my last post, I described the need for more robotics, computational thinking, stop-motion videos and green screen ideas to be integrated into the teaching of my K-7 program. 430 woorden meer