Confidence to follow your dreams ( Arbutus 2013)

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Fresh thoughts in response to the question, “Where do you get the confidence to follow your dreams?”

Sparking a career … ( Arbutus 2013)

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It started from the back of a Shreddies box. To see the whole Community School lnterview

Octa Collective Society’s Arts Reach

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Successes of a hands on program for art and theatre. They provide support for students from economically challenged families.

WGWT Theme: Breaking out

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As we get used to asking questions we’ll break out of our communication habits, ruts, boredom, routine, slumps… It takes a relentless spirit to really break out… The WGWT Breaking Out Card For more themes

Fred Penner: paying attention

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What contributes to a spontaneous ‘moment’ that touched so many at the Woodland’s stage at Vancouver Island Music Fest? To view more FestivalMoments.

Overcoming obstacles

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A campaigner for The Land Conservancy shares some key considerations when we run into obstacles..

Suggestions on how to video story catch

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Priceless insights from Kirk Schwartz, expert from Media Net, on elements that will make your video recording work.

Introducing CSI at Arbutus Global Middle School

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The creator and facilitator of Community School Interviews sets up a CSI Series at Arbutus Global Middle School. Creating an anticipation for the epiphanies that will occur during the time working in this series, helps students realize that something special

Anne-Marie Daniel at Arbutus Global Middle School (2013)

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Anne-Marie Daniel is a mother, an artisan , a mediator, a facilitator and a researcher. As a mediator she was responsible for the first five human rights cases in Vermont. In 2000 she moved to the Isle of Skye, Scotland

Abebe Teklu : social activist, professor

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Remarkable stories from an activist from Ethiopia who escaped captivity and eventually made his way to Canada, becoming the first African-Canadian blind person known to have completed a PhD at any of British Columbia’s universities. Here he shares reflections on