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Why iPad is Great For Teachers (and a Bit on How To Use It!)

The Science department at Walnut Grove is looking to make a technology plan. Before going forward, we’re using some collaboration time to share some current uses of technology by teachers in their classrooms. We have a teacher prepared to present … Continue reading

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A Turning Point in the Year

Oh, hello blog of mine. Long time no see. Well, I’m back.   In my last entry, I talked about priorities, which you can read about hereĀ if you’re interested. It’s a good time for me to revisit this post, because … Continue reading

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Priorities, Public Declarations and a Challenge For All Teachers

Priorities are so important! With two weeks to go until school starts up again, I thought it would be a good idea to think about what my priorities are, so that I can focus on making my actions consistent with … Continue reading

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The Evolution of My Practice

I graduated from York University in 1999 with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Applied Math, and a Bachelor of Education in Intermediate/Senior Math and Science (Physics). At the time, what I really wanted to do was to put all … Continue reading

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Blog Disclaimer

I thought that before I start adding any more content to this blog, I should write a disclaimer, because I wouldn’t want anyone to get the wrong idea about me. I don’t want anyone to think that since I’ve started … Continue reading

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Me & My Blog

Welcome to my blog! My name is Andy Miller, and I am a Math & Physics teacher at Walnut Grove Secondary School in Langley, BC, Canada. I will write more about me later, because I think that first I should … Continue reading

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