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I was Right… They were Wrong!…

I had quite a busy week… besides setting up new students for online training, teaching, doing the end of the month paperwork, I did spend quite some time with Mark who had arrived in Ottawa last Saturday and flew back to Fredericton early this morning. In five days, he managed to buy a townhouse and […]

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Yes! An easy way out… but at what cost?

Teaching is not an easy task… there are so many factors influencing people’s learning!… Although some argue that almost anyone can teach as long as they know their subjects well, it is utterly false! Even a degree in education does not guarantee that someone will know how to teach others… on the other hand, there […]

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Ottawa’s Most Wanted: Intervention Squads!!!

This past week has been a roller coaster of emotions… when my students go through emotional distress or frustration, it reflects on me and I kind of feel the same… only because I do care about them and what they are going through… Actually, Krystal was the most relaxed one… not that she stopped caring […]

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