Monthly Archives: October 2017

CBSL Placement Blog Post 2

With my first initial CBSL placement post in mind, my first impressions were quite accurate. Nothing has changed drastically over the past couple weeks when volunteering. I am still keeping score for bowling on Saturdays, and I’m also coaching swimming … Continue reading

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EOE 224 Weekly blog Post: Treaty Ed

This week’s place sitting was taken place at my buddy’s cabin near Craven Saskatchewan. We wanted to go fishing on the lake one last time before the water freezes, and we both had the day off on Friday so we … Continue reading

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ECS 200 Weekly Blog Post: Week 8

This week readings were on the concepts of teachers, administrators, and the schools. While reading this passage I stumbled upon some interesting findings that I will take forward with my future career. Isolation was the first idea that made me … Continue reading

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EOE 224 Nature story

When it comes to being outside, I consider myself to be quite the outdoorsy type. I can fish, I can make a fire, and even own a cottage in the woods of Ontario. These are what make me connected to … Continue reading

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ECS 200 weekly Blog post: Week 7

While reading this week’s text’s I learned 3 main concepts that I had either not heard of or just had no knowledge on. The first thing was how collective bargaining works in the perception of teaching. I have understood how … Continue reading

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First CBSL Placement Blog

Today I had my first volunteer session with Special Olympics, and I was the scorekeeper for their bowling group. I was quite nervous walking in but Rhonda (Special Olympics coordinator) made it very welcoming and very homely like. All I … Continue reading

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EOE 224 Weekly blog post 3

Over the Thanksgiving weekend, I spent some time place sitting at my cottage in Ontario, which I consider the deep woods for three reasons. It is boat access only, on an island in Lake of the Woods, and human presence … Continue reading

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