The One Where He Hopes His Mark is as High as What the Delorean Needs for Time Travel!

This has been a great learning experience! It was tough to sum up my learning in 6 minutes. The one thing I will take away from this class was how great my classmates were. Seriously because of you guys my teaching changed. The amount of resources you shared and willingness to answer questions whether throughContinue reading “The One Where He Hopes His Mark is as High as What the Delorean Needs for Time Travel!”

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The One Where He Put Hawkins Cheezies in the Freezer

You might be wondering how Hawkins Cheezies in freezers and online collaboration go together. And that is a valid question. As I contemplated this week’s blog prompt about how are students going to interact on our online course prototypes I reflected on my own interactions and collaborations. At first I thought to myself, “I don’tContinue reading “The One Where He Put Hawkins Cheezies in the Freezer”

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The one where the teacher gave feedback like Blockbuster video instead of Netflix (Don’t be a Blockbuster)

So I always struggled with giving good feedback to students regardless if it was face to face or as we are encountering now remotely. This thought is what will guide my blog post this week. I quickly realized after a few google searches and Dr. John Archer library queries is that it is a prettyContinue reading “The one where the teacher gave feedback like Blockbuster video instead of Netflix (Don’t be a Blockbuster)”

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Course Profile: The One Where the Students Asked Really Good Questions

The One Where the Students Asked Really Good Questions Course Profile: Grade 8 Power and Authority: The impact of citizens’ willingness and ability to actively engage in the Canadian political processes.  Target Student Population: Grade 8 students ranging in age from 12-14 years old.  Course Format: This course will be an inquiry based blended learningContinue reading “Course Profile: The One Where the Students Asked Really Good Questions”

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