Citizen Scientist Students: iNaturalist

About a year ago I decided to check out a Birding Beijing social event here in Beijing, China. I do a great deal of work within my school with regards to environmental and nature education, but I wanted to meet people from outside the international school world who like-minded. It was a fantastic event and... Continue Reading →

Co-teaching and Co-planning: Thrills and Spills

This evening I was following the #asiaED chat on Twitter and the topic was co-teaching and co-planning. The theme centered around the positives and challenges of working in this type of education model. This, of course, got me to thinking about my experiences co-teaching and co-planning. I currently work at an international school where I... Continue Reading →

Math Outdoors: Even and Odd Numbers

  I have always been a huge advocate of outdoor learning and outdoor play. I think it stems from my upbringing in rural Canada and I grew up with a close connection to the outdoors and nature. That coupled with the sadness I have felt my entire international teaching career, working in large cities where... Continue Reading →

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