02 April: A Jam-Packed Final Class of EDCI 336!

In our final class this week, we had the opportunity to learn about a few more technologies that could be used to the benefit of us and our future students. Coding This is a topic that is still relatively new to me, although I have been hearing it mentioned within the educational world more and …

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Teacher As Leader

A large component of my blog this semester has been the documentation of my learning process and progress as a future educator, but I also wanted to discuss leadership and how I have progressed throughout the semester. The role of a teacher is to lead students on their learning journeys. Teachers are role models, support …

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Blogging, Twitter, Trello, Oh My!

Photo by Christin Hume on Unsplash. This semester, I have had many opportunities to re-evaluate my thinking regarding various platforms. I chose to write this post near the end of the semester rather than at the beginning so that I could give myself time to better understand each of these websites and the tools that …

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26 March 2019: Distributed Learning

Photo by Ben Mullins on Unsplash. My Experiences I have had a few experiences with distributed learning (DL). When I was in grade 10, I finished the entire Planning 10 course through my school district's DL program in about 3 weeks. After finishing that course, I started Chemistry 11 with another district's DL program, but …

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Knitting: Success with a Bit of Technology Mixed In!

This new yarn has been working really well for me, and it has allowed me to make a fair bit of progress with my beginner knitting process! I have included a couple photos below of my progress: I have also used some of the video editing techniques that we have learned in our EDCI 336 …

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