I'm so happy and proud of all the graduates this year! Waaaaaay back in grade 10, a few of these girls were my "Math Girls" as we struggled through the course together. The others I met as I would hear them come giggling and chatting down the hallway to drop their friends off. I just love this group (and everyone else who I didn't get in this picture).
I will miss them, but I know that they're on to accomplish many wonderful things! Congratulations Ladies!
Thanks to Marie Forleo for this one. Yes, ultimately it all comes down to this. I can try to help my students as much as possible, but if they aren't willing to work, tutoring won't be as effective as it could be!
For my Math 10-12 students!! A Valentine's Equation for you
*note, there should be no 'y' instead it should be a '7'. Thanks to Pinterest for this fun post!
Its official!! Spring Break here in Quesnel is March 17-21, and we're having a crafty kids camp! Another great camp in the Creatures of Curiosity series.
New this time is some inspiration to share with your kids! Click on the button above to see the inspiration boards on Pinterest for the activities we'll be doing!
A few years ago, I listened to this program on CBC radio and recently I found the link to it again!
This is a great episode of Ideas which takes highlights from Footprints, a symposium on Sport & Society. The first two speakers speak about how activity can help children with autism. The first speaker is a psychologist who talks about an innovative classroom setup in Eastern Canada. The second speaker is a young woman with Aspbergers (on the Autism spectrum), a novelist, who recounts how activity helped and still helps her cope in her day to day life.