U of L 50th Anniversary Interview

2017 is the University of Lethbridge’s 50th anniversary. In celebration, the Faculty of Education has produced a series of videos that tell the story of the program through personal memories. This collection reveals what makes the U of L’s teacher education program one of the finest in Canada — community, relationships, pedagogy, research, and heart. […]

Ninety Percent of People Don’t Know How to Use CTRL-F

Last year I read, “Crazy: 90 Percent of People Don’t Know How to Use CTRL+F“, an article from theatlantic.com, and I decided then to make sure that as a school teacher I was going to try and reverse that statistic. Thinking about it today, I realize I have never posted here to help get the […]

From Extinct to Just Feeling Like I’m Dying

I’m slowly finishing off each of the classes for my PS1 semester. We had a terrific class this morning in my Communications and Technology class. Our sessional instructor hooked us up with a video conference “experience” with the Tyrrell Museum. I wasn’t sure what to expect, in fact, I was pretty sure I was going […]

Aesthetic and Efferent Listening – A Handout

Here is a handout I created for my language in education class. I figure I might as well post it, in case someone out there might find it useful. I’m going to leave this up, but I’ve always felt a bit guilty that I didn’t do a better job with this assignment. If you’re searching […]

Jeff Milner Autobiography

A very short summary of my life: Jeff Milner’s 2 minute autobiography. (Made for one of my education classes). Autobiographical writing and representation By Jeff Milner Due September 29, 2010 Images: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffmilner/sets/72157624935640311/show/ (to be played simultaneously with the audio) Transcript of the audio: I began my school life in the autumn of my sixth year. […]