Education

What’s Out in Winter?

Late winter isn’t usually considered the best time of year to get out in nature. The days are short, the air is chilly, and...

Helping Our Tweens & Teens Navigate Conflict

The “tweens” (between the ages of 8 or 9 and 12) are rough. Carefree childhood innocence rapidly slips away as kids encounter higher expectations...

Supporting Trans & Gender Diverse Youth

As a parent or caregiver, having your teen come out as Trans may be an overwhelming experience. You may feel confused about what this...

Questions, Curiosities & Answers

Recently I was setting up my teaching materials in a Grade 8 classroom when I overheard one of the students say, “I hope we...

Just the Way We Are

My oldest son started kindergarten this year. Leading up to his first day there was some excitement and some nerves on both of our...

Books to Inspire the Inner Activist

As I write this, hundreds of thousands of children, teenagers, and adults are marching through various cities across the country. Many are inspired by...

Who Do You Want to Be?

It’s that time again. Time for new backpacks, inside shoes, neon pink highlighters and blue ball point pens. It’s time to pile our sunburnt...

Teacher Care

Think about your child’s teachers. Somewhere in their decision to become a teacher, there was likely a part of them that wanted to make...

Becoming a Problem Solver

The foundations for a child’s success at school, in their relationships, and in life are laid down in the early years of their life....

The Fun (& Philosophy) of Forest Schools

Imagine a teacher who inspires continuous wonder and curiosity. A teacher who challenges you to the edge of your physical, social, emotional, intellectual and...

April/May 2020

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