Brad Slepicka

~ Experience learning as a journey



Recordings from the Garage Mahal 2.0

Hello again! I am sure by now most of you are groaning because you are reading the third blog post that I have written in the last twenty four hours. Lucky for you, this one isn’t about the cello project. You will actually get to experience a different part of my independent study. Continue reading “Recordings from the Garage Mahal 2.0”


Education Week at Irwin

Even though education week is coming to an end over here at Irwin School, you can still feel the excitement and enthusiasm that has built up over the past few days. Continue reading “Education Week at Irwin”

Growing Young Readers

Seeing that literacy and reading has become a primary focus of all the teachers and staff
within the Chinook School Division, I thought I would write a little about my passion for helping young readers evolve. Hope you enjoy! Continue reading “Growing Young Readers”

Do Cows Really Jump Over the Moon?

And we are off to the races! It is hard to believe that a full two weeks of interning at O.M. Irwin School has gone by. First off, I can’t stay what a great experience it has been so far! The staff is amazing and the whole overall school community has been very inclusive and welcoming. Believe me, when you move to a new community, where you hardly know anybody, it makes life so much easier. Continue reading “Do Cows Really Jump Over the Moon?”

I Believe Statements

Now that I have been in the education program for just about four full years and had some experience teaching, I can definitely see that my beliefs and ideas about education have changed. So I thought I would put together a list of I believe statements!  Continue reading “I Believe Statements”

Perspective Technologies

While driving last week, I was listening to the radio and I heard an interesting story on the effects of technology on today’s Youth…or it was at least the persons opinion on how technology affects the younger generation. As you can guess, it was the typical story: technology is destroying the minds of children and pretty soon they won’t be able to think for themselves. Technology should be removed from the classroom.

Continue reading “Perspective Technologies”

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