Who I Am

Snowshoeing Near Lake Ohara, BC

"Climb up on some hill at sunrise. Everybody needs perspective once in a while, and you'll find it there." ~Robb Sagendorph

I grew up in Regina, Saskatchewan, and have thus been a prairie girl all of my life.  There is so much beauty to the world outside.  The rolling seas of grasses and beautiful diverse life of our province will stay with me for my entire life.

Growing up in Regina I have always loved to be involved in extracurricular activities just as much as I love to be involved in school projects.  I have a passion for playing the piano, participating in basketball, volleyball and rugby, and creating art work and music.  I also love to read books that will take me on an adventure, as well as go on real adventures outdoors through hiking, canoeing, biking and camping.  I hope to continue going on adventures through travel.  I am deeply intrigued by what wisdom the cultures and peoples of the world have to offer.

As I hope will become apparent throughout this profile, I have a deep passion and respect for children.  I have learned many important life lessons from the children in my life; those that I have worked with through daycare centers and schools, as well as those that I have been fortunate enough to be connected with through family and play.  There is almost nothing more beautiful than a child who has just made a brand new discovery about their world!

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2 01 2011
2010 in review « Morgan Bayda

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17 02 2010
Tom Fullerton


Glad to see primary teachers using technology to connect! Here are a couple of resources I thought I’d share:

A book we’ve been talking about:
Last Child in the Woods

A blog I was reading today:

Welcome to the twitterverse!

18 02 2010

Thanks so much for connecting Tom!

I’m excited to check out those resources. Looking forward to connecting and sharing some more!

12 02 2010

@Morgan Bayda! Thank you,I really never though that I was good at making poems but im getting better, my Ms.smith has been talking about Dr.Couros, she says great things about him, thank you for the comment

13 02 2010

Thanks Easton for coming here and leaving a comment for me. Keep on writing those poems they are fantastic! I am learning more and more about blogging every day.

19 01 2010
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Social comments and analytics for this post…

This post was mentioned on Twitter by mbayda: Anyone feel like checking out my blog? @ https://morgbayda.wordpress.com/about-me/ It is VERY new and in progress!…

18 01 2010
Alan Stange

Welcome to blogging and teaching too. Enjoy your last semester reflecting on education. We need to keep connected to that feeling that young people stand beside us and do not simply move and absorb at our pleasure.

18 01 2010

Thanks for the welcome. I agree: we need to remember that we are living and learning alongside young people. I had an interesting class tonight that discussed “A curriculum of lives”, rather than of outcomes. I look forward to checking out your “Why do teachers remain the focus of education?” post in more detail!

18 01 2010
Vance Stevens

Hi, Alec tweeted just now I should check this out. I’m heading down to put on a live event just now http://justcurious.posterous.com/class-finale-january-19-2010-live-worldwide-w. Y’all join us if you’re awake 🙂 Anyway, we’re all on Twitter so I’m sure we’ll stay connected. You might enjoy my blog as well. Say hi to Alec!

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