Final Course Submission

“Innovation is a process, not a product.” –George Couros Creating my online course did not happen overnight, it has a been a journey over the last few months learning new and innovative technologies, figuring out what I should focus on, and trying to make this online course usable for 6 year-olds. The importance of creating … Continue reading Final Course Submission

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Online Collaborative Learning

This week we learned about the online collaborative learning. Harasim describes online collaborative learning theory (OCL) as: a model of learning in which students are encouraged and supported to work together to create knowledge: to invent, to explore ways to innovate, and, by so doing, to seek the conceptual knowledge needed to solve problems rather … Continue reading Online Collaborative Learning

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How can I improve?

This past week we had the experience to receive feedback from our peers on our online course. Receiving this feedback is so valuable to me and I truly appreciate the time and effort my peers put into looking at my course with a critical eye and providing me with the positive areas of my online … Continue reading How can I improve?

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Primary Literacy & Coding

This week I decided to take a look at primary literacy and coding. To be honest, this wasn’t even on my radar prior to this course. I have always had a keen interest in primary literacy, which is why I became a Teacher Librarian, and coding was something I dabbled in (if you could even … Continue reading Primary Literacy & Coding

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Word work, work in progress…

To download a copy of the course prototype, please click here. Introduction Please see my course profile for a scope and sequence of the course. This is a working document as the course is still in the development stages. This course protype is based off the units created by Regina Catholic School Division. This course … Continue reading Word work, work in progress…

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