You can probably remember at least one “a-ha” moment in your life. A moment when something suddenly just clicked. That feeling of impact when you realized the importance of a concept and how it related directly to you or filled an important gap in your knowledge. In educational circles, this is called a teachable moment. Teachable moments are unplanned opportunities that arise in the classroom … Continue reading Can We Create “Teachable Moments”?
Each human on this planet has a unique life experience. No two people have experienced the world in quite the same way, not even identical twins. How and when we meet people and the types of interactions we have with them; what knowledge we come across and how it’s framed; how we learn; and where our interests, preoccupations and opinions are gathered and assessed – … Continue reading Slices and Stacks
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of speaking with Cheryl Brooks from 840 CFCW, Alberta’s Legendary Country station. I was invited to chat about The Farmer’s Survival Guide: what it is, where it came from, and how it can help farmers have a better #farmtoconsumerconvo. You can listen to the two-part interview here: Continue reading The Farmer’s Survival Guide on 840 CFCW