The Adventure of Creating a Course Prototype

Being an extracurricular activity, my French Amateur Radio licensing course has the main goal of teaching the basics or Amateur Radio to students ranging grades 7 to 12 in order to prepare them for writing their Amateur Radio certification exam.  For more information on the profile of my course, you are welcome to consult the following Blogpost. Built on … Continue reading The Adventure of Creating a Course Prototype

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Keeping Asynchronous, Asynchronous

The unique nature of my course prototype makes it challenging to implement creative solutions for student/student-instructor interactions.  As a reminder, my Amateur Radio course prototype is in an asynchronous flipped classroom format.  Considering this course is meant to be an extracurricular activity, most student/student-instructor interaction is meant to take place in person in the school amateur radio … Continue reading Keeping Asynchronous, Asynchronous

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Teaching Amateur Radio in a Flipped Asynchronous Fashion

Overview and description of the course: As part of my extracurricular offering in my school, I offer students from grade 7 to grade 12 the opportunity to explore the world of Amateur Radio by participating in the schools VE5FSK Amateur Radio Club.  By joining this club, students have the opportunity to learn about topics which include … Continue reading Teaching Amateur Radio in a Flipped Asynchronous Fashion

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