#52project · Life Reflections · professional learning

And the Award Goes To…

This next post is one that has been brewing for the better part of a month, but that I have struggled to organize and actually write. The Twitterverse keeps dropping tweets, memes, blogposts and quotes reminding me, and nudging me to get on it! So here is my attempt at organizing the scattered thoughts that have been… Continue reading And the Award Goes To…

#52project · #edublogsclub · Life Reflections · Uncategorized

Let There be Light!

This post is part of the #EdublogsClub – a group of educators and edtech enthusiasts that blog around a common theme each week. Simply write a post and share it to join in, or sign up to receive email reminders of each new prompt.  Prompt: 100 Word Challenge Let’s try our own 100 Word Challenge!… Continue reading Let There be Light!

#52project · Family and Friends · Life Reflections

It Takes a Village, a 21st Century Village

We continue to hear and use the popular ancient proverb “It takes a village (to raise a child),” referring to the idea that child rearing is a shared responsibility and that children thrive when they grow up as part of a connected community. For my husband this quite literally was the case. He and his family… Continue reading It Takes a Village, a 21st Century Village

#52project · In The Classroom · Life Reflections · professional learning


I recently tweeted the following in response to a question put out to the Twitterverse by Dr. Justin Tarte, an educator who’s ideas and messages often resonate with me. RELATIONSHIPS! Most kids will usually behave out of function of attachment. When they don't it's likely stress behaviour not misbehaviour. — Sheila Vick (@sheila_vick) July 16,… Continue reading RELATIONSHIPS – WHAT’S ALL THE FUSS ABOUT?

#52project · Life Reflections

Back in the Driver’s Seat

I can think of a few times in my life when I felt as though I was living on autopilot for a long stretch of time. The first time I remember experiencing this was when my husband and I had our first child. Nothing could have prepared me for the life changes and challenges brought on by parenthood, the biggest… Continue reading Back in the Driver’s Seat