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Miles MacFarlane
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  • Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Canada

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Nov 15, 2012
Miles MacFarlane added a discussion to the group Australian Educators

International Teacher Exchanges

International exchanges are not uncommon, but almost every person I know that has done one has been between Australia and Canada. I suspect there's a comfort level with language and somewhat similar colonial history that makes this a common exchange.Reading blogs of teachers who wrote while on exchange illustrates just how amazing and powerful these experiences can be. Each talks of being professional challenged and reinvigorated as well as personally excited and refreshed.I'm hoping to…See More
Sep 27, 2012
Miles MacFarlane joined Jill Galloway's group

Project-Based Learning (PBL)

This group is for those who implement the project-based learning model or want to learn more about it.
Jan 17, 2012
Miles MacFarlane joined Nic Penny's group


A group for teachers using inquiry in their classrooms.
Jan 17, 2012
Miles MacFarlane joined Kaitlyn Martin's group

Middle School Language Arts

Discussion about ideas for incorporating technology into lesson plans and focusing on the growth of life-long learners.
Jan 17, 2012
Miles MacFarlane joined Michael Hutchison's group

Social Studies Teachers

Looking for other middle school/high school social studies teachers.  (Elementary teachers welcome also.)
Jan 17, 2012
Miles MacFarlane joined Mike Mac Kenzie's group

Canadian Teachers

A group dedicated to the qualities and challenges of teaching in Canada.
Jan 17, 2012
Miles MacFarlane is now a member of The Educator's PLN
Dec 19, 2011

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Do you have a spending problem?

Shopaholics do not agree to the fact that they are shopaholics until and unless they are forced to agree that they are affected by the addiction of shopping, and they need to do seriously something about it so that they do not waste their entire savings and cry about it on a later date. In this post, we will help you spot the problem and if you spot the issue, go ahead and look for a remedy so that you get enough time to be at ease in the future. 1.    Your credit card balance is always close…See More
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Are there any great websites for K-12 students?

Hello Collective wisdom!I wanted to know if there were any great websites anyone can recommend for elementary school students (K-12) that introduce primary sources?With Common Core State Standards, I notice students are introduced to primary sources in the 3rd grade and there is a local history assignment at one of the schools I talked to.  Know any good introductory sites?  I'm currently building one as part of a project for my multimedia course and would like to look to the left and right for…See More
Nov 19
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"I am the greatest"

I was 6 when I decided I wanted to be a PE teacher. A lively child, I loved taking part in any kind of sporting activity. It was 1971 when I set eyes on our new track suited next-door neighbour. I was hooked. I wanted to be like her. I wanted to go to work in a tracksuit and trainers and play sport all day. No amount of persuasion or…See More
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