Teaching in a Cold and Windy Place

Teaching in a Cold and Windy Place

Author: Joanne Tompkins

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 080204168X

Category: Education

Page: 153

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In 1987 Joanne Tompkins travelled to the Baffin Island community of Anurapaqtuq to take on the job of principal at the local school. This is the story of the four years she spent there and the many challenges she faced.
Teaching in a Cold and Windy Place
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