The Heart of an Educational Assistant….

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She took a college course on being a community/ education worker. When she arrived at the school for the first time, she had four meetings with concerned admin and teachers about a special student coming that day. Here she shows

Breaking into Victoria….finding what you need

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Coming to town with no job or friends… and 4 months later finding it all coming together. His first, and most important starting point was coming to Green Drinks. Here’s the first video Greg shot..

One-Planet Region conversation- TBA

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We hope you will join community and academic presenters in this series of free events exploring the challenge, culminating in a UVic IdeaFest event on March 11th. Community Conversations’ at the Bateman Centre, 1.30 – 4.30 PM Postponed… Introduction, overview

Drug users — how a bus driver responded

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An experienced bus driver’s response to drug use on his bus. Shows a way to bring dignity and clarity rather than brute force to a jarring situation, for everyone’s benefit.

Bill Bourne.. Peace Festivals

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Chill moments after his Woodland Stage concert. Bill reflects at the peace of these folk festivals each year at the Vancouver Island Music Fest.

Outdoor adventure program

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An outdoor adventure program in Campbell River, BC… So much story.. and no words.

Poetry in the study of geography

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A touching moment from sharing a new idea, a fresh way of ‘measuring the world’ in a second year geography class.

On the road to energy savings in Alberta

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A brief recounting of the efforts to save energy through adding solar panels to schools. At first it was done through student fundraising.. Eventually the ministry of education got behind it. To view other energy saving stories by Ken

A three room school house in Saskatchewan…

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Taking a few moments to recall these moments that stand out in her teaching career are refreshing… and joy-filled. Working in a traditional three room school house in Saskatchewan ..

Celebrating Eleanor’s 90th

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Disregarding their mother’s admonition, her children created a priceless bound book of her boxes of anecdotes she had written of the years.