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  • I’m going to record what I say during this intro so I can put the audio on slideshare.com
    also everything I’m doing today has been saved online and publicly accessable so you dont have to write everything down as we go
  • write this down.... todays session is based around this wiki
  • I’d like to introduce myself a bit differently this morning so to start off
  • I’d like to tell you who am I
  • If you don’t know robcfisher
  • this is me
  • and this is me getting kissed by Diefenbaker
  • you already know
  • I came here today from Manitoba Education
  • for those of you watching this online
  • thats here



  • here

  • here in North end Kingston
  • When I grew up, My grandma lived in our backyard

  • here. When she passed away
  • I moved in
  • and went to university
  • here
  • thats Queens university
  • in Kingston
  • that looks like this
  • and it looks like this
  • I received one of these
  • and this
  • and this
  • and this
  • I began my teaching career
  • here
  • As a guest
  • of the Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation
  • for 19 years
  • My first teaching assignment was
  • Phys Ed
  • here
  • at the community hall
  • where I learned some cree words like astum
  • astum --that means come here and ati apay
  • ati apay --that means sit down and chee sqwa
  • chee sqwa -- that means wait
    But I learned It was better to learn words like
  • chee sqwa that means wait
    But I learned It was better to know words like kinanaskomitten awow kapitooteak neeganan
  • that means welcome to our home
  • At Otetiskiwin School I was also




  • where I met a lot of great
  • people
  • including my wife Judy
  • who is also a teacher,
  • grade 2 in Thompson
  • we
  • have 2 daughters

  • Blueberri
  • and Fluffy
  • She’s the sarcastic --one ask me about her later
  • When I left
  • NCN
  • to work in Thompson

  • that you can see here

  • I taught for
  • 3 years









  • at RD Parker Collegiate
  • For the next 4 years
  • was curriculum coordinator
  • at the school board office
  • in Thompson

  • For the past 2 years
  • I’ve been seconded to Manitoba Education
  • where I commute home to Thompson most weekends from Winnipeg
  • Right now I’m reading these
  • this one because it’s funny
  • this one because it’s interesting
  • and this one because it scares the hell out of me
  • in my spare time, this is what I do for fun ,
    for those who don’t recognize it-- thats ref hockey
  • So you know I’m patient
  • So you know I’m fair
  • and you know I’m impartial
  • OR
  • or maybe I just like to get yelled at.
  • This is my favorite team
  • so you know I’m optimistic
  • but not as optimistic
  • as my daughter
  • or these guys
  • who have this favorite team
  • I got/stole the idea for this presentation
  • here from if you don’t know @dick
  • this is where I found the images
  • you can find me online
  • here on twitter
  • I’m starting to blog here
  • and here
  • email me here
  • or here
  • or here
  • or here
  • or here


  • Transcript

    • 1. robcfisher.wikispaces.com
    • 2. Start
    • 3. who am I
    • 4. if you don’t know robcfisher
    • 5. you already know
    • 6. online
    • 7. you may not know
    • 8. born
    • 9. raised
    • 10. more specifically
    • 11. grandma
    • 12. I moved in
    • 13. university
    • 14. Queen’s University
    • 15. Kingston
    • 16. B. Arts
    • 17. B. Phe
    • 18. B. Ed.
    • 19. M. Ed.
    • 20. began teaching
    • 21. guest
    • 22. 19
    • 23. first
    • 24. Phys. Ed.
    • 25. Cree
    • 26. come here!
    • 27. sit down!
    • 28. wait!
    • 29. better neeganan
    • 30. Computer coordinator
    • 31. Vice Principal
    • 32. Principal
    • 33. Director of Education
    • 34. great
    • 35. people
    • 36. teacher
    • 37. grade 2
    • 38. we
    • 39. 2 cats
    • 40. sarcastic
    • 41. left
    • 42. I taught
    • 43. 3
    • 44. Grade 9
    • 45. Math
    • 46. Science
    • 47. English
    • 48. Social Studies
    • 49. Grade 11
    • 50. Biology
    • 51. Grade 12
    • 52. Media production
    • 53. 4
    • 54. curriculum coordinator
    • 55. 2
    • 56. patient
    • 57. fair
    • 58. impartial
    • 59. or
    • 60. optimistic
    • 61. not as optimistic
    • 62. idea
    • 63. Attributions photo of robcfisher - by Rachel Fisher photo of RDPC - by Catharine Fisher Google Maps and Google streetview - courtesy of Google photo of Toronto Maple photo of @dkuropatwa - by Darren Kuropatwa leaf Logo - by Ross photo of @joevans - by John Evans Francois photo of 30 Hickson Ave - by Dave Fisher DickHardt.org Logo - courtesy of photo of 30 Hickson Ave Rear - by Dave Fisher Dick Hardt photo of Queen’s University Logo - by Sam-R photo of Bruins fans - by geoftheref photo of Grant Hall - by Sam-R Dauphin's 'Beaver of Skilligalee by photo of Queen’s Football - by Tyler Ball Agent Magenta photo of Nisichawayasihk Welcome sign - by Ross Francois photo of Duncan Wood Hall - by Ross Francois photo of Footprint Lake - by windonfire All other images - by Rob Fisher photo of Otetiskiwin School - by Ross Francois photo of blueberri the cat - by Catharine Fisher photo of fluffi the cat - by Catharine Fisher photo of king miner statue - by Catharine Fisher
    • 64. find me
    • 65. robcfisher.blogspot.com
    • 66. robcfisher.wikispaces.com
    • 67. email: rob.fisher@gov.mb.ca
    • 68. rcfisher@mts.net
    • 69. rfisher@mysterynet.mb.ca
    • 70. baldfury1@gmail.com
    • 71. baldfury1@mac.com
    • 72. now you know something about robcfisher with thanks to Dick Hardt’s presentation style influence

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