Attributes to be a Succesful Online Learner – Is Online/Blended Learning for Everyone?

This weeks blog prompt allowed me to dive further into a topic that has been nagging me since the beginning of the pandemic and that is, “who is online learning meant for”? In the division that I teach, we are lucky to have our own cyberschool that initially offered high school courses to rural schoolsContinue reading “Attributes to be a Succesful Online Learner – Is Online/Blended Learning for Everyone?”

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Overview of Course Profile: Outdoor Education

Outdoor Education Overview Extra-curricular club Typically between 90-120 members We travel all over Western Canada  Four major trips per year Provide learning and volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Authentic outdoor experiences  Appreciation for nature – leave no trace Teach students how to safely hike, canoe, ski, fish, backcountry camp, and be good human beings ChallengeContinue reading “Overview of Course Profile: Outdoor Education”

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Experiences and Perceptions of Blended Learning

What are your experiences and perceptions related to your own use of blended learning and/or technology integration in your professional context? What challenges and opportunities have you experienced? I applied for and received my first SMART board in 2014 for my Alternative classroom. I can clearly remember having it installed in my room, they taughtContinue reading “Experiences and Perceptions of Blended Learning”

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