Thanks Shaunee for this excellent example of learning and growth!
Thanks Rubyann for introducing me to someone new.
Shane Koyczan is a Spoken Word Artist, Poet, and Author from Penticton, B.C., Canada. His works and collaborations are absolutely breathtaking and unique. He has been called “[p]owerfully engaging and authentic in attitude,” (cited from his Website), which can be clearly seen through his literary artworks.
One of my favourite pieces from his collection is titled:
“To This Day,”
(Live Version on “TED”)
“If you can’t see anything beautiful about yourself, get a better mirror, look a little closer, stare a little longer, because there’s something inside you that told you to keep trying despite everyone who told you to quit.”
~Shane Koyczan, To This Day~
My other favourites include:
He is also currently in the middle of a tour performing his pieces.
To find out more about him, his work, or his tour, go to his website:
follow him on Twitter:
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Now that you have had an opportunity to explore issues, ideas and thinking around BYOD, what is your opinion and or experience(s) regarding students bringing their own devices to school?
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