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Exploring the Beauty of YYC and Beyond

“The recognition of the importance of context suggested that the unit of analysis for understanding learning had to be larger than the individual person” (Hoadley & Van Haneghan, 2011, p. 4). Through the learning sciences and as we decipher how people learn, we need to look at more than just the individual. Researchers conclude that …

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Yesterday, my assistant principal gave my a booklet of a story entitled “Who Moved My Cheese,” by Dr Spencer Johnson. It’s an interesting approach on how people respond to change through the life of four characters: 1) Sniff – A mouse who “sniffs” out change early. He’s ahead of the game. 2) Scurry – A …

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