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When it’s right to be wrong

Do mistakes make us human or foolish? Do they make us learners, or simply wrong? I was recently discussing this with a colleague reflecting on the importance of “getting things right”. Of course, as school administrators there is a logistical

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Johnston Heights Web Design Challenge

How many of us would trust the design of your business’s website to a 15 year old? This past month, I met some JH students who could do exactly that. Mr. Post invited me to his class for a most

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My daughter turned six in January.

My daughter turned six in January. Like most kids, she loves the whole experience of birthdays – inviting friends, having cake and cards, and especially gifts (“Can I invite three more friends? Then they’d each bring a present too!”). She

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Visual Thinking
“Baby you can drive my car...” -  but not this one, because it is parked in the lobby of the Royal BC Museum in Victoria! John Lennon’s original Rolls Royce, acquired in by the BC Museum in 1987, was on display when we went to visit last year. This Red Dragon, sculpted by designer Ping Tsing, climbs and twists, grasping its pearl.  In Victoria at Pandora and Government.

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