Monthly Archives: September 2012

Literature Website for the Classroom or Resource Room

Many thanks to Paul Hamilton from SET BC who presented to VSB Resource Teachers today on Universal Design for Learning, also featuring web-based programs and iPad apps to make learning more accessible, representative, and engaging. This literature one is exciting … Continue reading

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Technology with Intent

Learn how to blog in 2 minutes, apps for education, how to start when you don’t know what you’re doing, and much more Pamela Hansen LD/Literacy Consultant

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Comments on Carol Ann Tomlinson + Differentiated Instruction

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My summer reading

Young Adult Fiction Well, I joined the mad rush and finally read Divergent (2011) by Veronica Roth.  I was not disappointed. An admirable addition to the world of YA dystopic fiction where society is divided into five factions: Abnegation, Dauntless, Amity, … Continue reading

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Where complexity and literature connect

From the 2012 Vancouver Writers Fest brochure: “Take, say, physics, which restricts itself to extremely simple questions.  If a molecule becomes too complex, they hand it over to the chemists.  If it becomes too complex for them, they hand it … Continue reading

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