Collegial Connection: The Faculty Book Club

As part of my professional growth plan and a commitment to myself as an educator, learner, and leader I continue to work towards evolving my practice through opportunities for learning. Here is my latest foray. Faculty Book Club: Collegial Connection While neither an innovative or original concept among education faculties (I had already initiated two … Continue reading Collegial Connection: The Faculty Book Club

Power to the Collective

Last fall, the BC Ministry of Education began its push for educators in our province to work towards indigenizing (a term that still alludes a satisfactory definition) their curriculum. As expected, many of our colleagues shared their well-founded trepidation, reticence, and fears around what teaching from an indigenous perspective actually looked like. Where do we start? How … Continue reading Power to the Collective

Letting Go, Trusting the Process

I remain continually grateful (and amazed!) each time I have needed support, guidance, mentorship in professional relationships it seems to be readily available. Indeed, friends, colleagues, and mentors all serve to help us maintain balance, and more importantly, perspective in our lives. But it often is the first step of letting go of others’ expectations of … Continue reading Letting Go, Trusting the Process