Flipped Classroom – Blue Shirt Khaki Pants Day

A week ago, my students celebrated my birthday by coming to school dressed in blue shirts and khaki pants. It was truly a thrill to see all of them suddenly have an acute sense of fashion.

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This year I also got a special treat, as three of my seniors from last year (from left: Sat H., Daniel C., and Suyash A.) came back from college to visit, and they too were following in the BSKP tradtion.

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It was a very memorable birthday! Thank you so much to all of my students! You helped to make this a very special day!

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About blueshirtkhakipants

IB Math Teacher, Pianist, Canadian, Husband, Father of Two

Posted on January 16, 2015, in Flipped Classroom. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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