In Scares, Misadventures, and Reversals in Canadian K-12 Education Paul W. Bennett, Founding Director, Schoolhouse Consulting; Instructor, Mount Saint Vincent University; author, provides his 2012 report card on the state of education in Canada. There were some hopeful signs including the landmark decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in the Moore case in . . . → Read More: Facing Autism Symptoms in New Brunswick: Bennett Report Card 2012: New Brunswick Hides Denial of Evidence Based Learning for Children with Autism and Severe Learning Disabilities Under Cloak of Radical Inclusion Philosophy
I am proud to call Canadian Supreme Court Justice Rosie Abella a friend. A few days ago, I was watching the television news when a story about a disability rights case in British Columbia caught my attention. The case dated back to … . . . → Read More: THE CAREGIVERS’ LIVING ROOM – A Blog by Donna Thomson: You’ll Never Walk Alone
Made new art work made from felt
(now if only I could figure out how to not write an exhibition submission)
Carefully scoured down my old plum coloured metal glasses into foxy silver specs.
And the lovely Kenny Fries gave me one of his books, which I would very much like to read. . . . → Read More: things I’m making, glasses I’m fixing and books I’m not reading