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Earthly Delights: Other-Worldly
New vs old in Birds of Passage; an easy look at a killer...
Your numerology cycles March 16–31
Red on red at Vimy Ridge
Butoh on the brink of The Singularity
Watching that new female super hero, more women in film and...
À la recherche de Mom perdue
"Come from Away" comes home via BAC
"39 Steps" -- farce and frisson
Your numerology cycles March 1–15
Vancouver writer and former public school educator Kristina Campbell highlights educational topics with stories from inside and outside the classroom.
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Children's Book Review: The Ice Bear
Opening the cover of Jackie Morris’ The Ice Bear lands you smack dab in the middle of a polar bear den.
Apr 7th, 2011
Enough kitchen-table kvetching: Vancouver event offers strategies for community change
VAN BC's free conference will be held on Sunday, February 13th, at Ray Cam Community Centre, 920 East Hastings, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Feb 10th, 2011
BC teacher continues to challenge prevailing ideas about public education
Kids are failing, right? Parents are angry, right? The government is to blame, right? Not so fast, says BC teacher Tulani Ackerman after her one-woman public consultation last summer.
Jan 20th, 2011
Falcon's merit pay unlikely to produce better teachers
Research on human motivation shows extrinsic rewards, such as money in the proposed merit pay system, often backfire.
Jan 6th, 2011
Is education news coverage skewing perceptions of public schools?
How can we have a useful debate on the merits of public versus private schools when skewed perceptions are being disseminated by the media?
Nov 26th, 2010
Deconstructing the cheeseburger
Nov 10th, 2010
Enter your classroom or community group to win a financial literacy kit
Until November 12, educators can enter their classroom or group to win a Moonjar Classroom Kit - a collection of tools for teaching kids the ABCs of financial literacy. The Moonjar is a fun, visual...
Nov 3rd, 2010
BCTF finds lack of substance in Campbell's education announcements
Premier Gordon Campbell's much-anticipated announcements around education in his televised address to British Columbians on Wednesday has left teachers cold. "The Premier’s address lacked depth...
Oct 28th, 2010
Teachers, grab your popcorn
Teachers will be learning about the government's intended changes to education on Wednesday
Oct 27th, 2010
Teachers have questions, but does B.C.'s new education minister have answers?
Vancouver teachers: expect a lot of 'I'll get back to you on thats' after Wednesday's televised address by the premier, which is likely to announce significant changes to education. That's because,...
Oct 26th, 2010