Weird Science… Probably hasn’t aged well… but I am going to try to make the connection anyway…giphy.comSoooo does anyone else remember movies from their childhood, only to go back to them as adults and be like really, parents? That’s what I was w…Continue reading
Well, here goes nothing! Last year was my very first year teaching AP Calculus. There were a lot of ups and downs, and I mean a lot! Trying to learn the content myself, teaching myself how to teach the content, helping students understand things that I was still trying to master myself, prepping them for …Continue reading
January 27, 2019 When thinking about on what I wanted to base my course profile I thought about all the classes that I am currently teaching in my grade 5/6 classroom. But none got me as excited as the idea of teaching beginning crochet. I know. I’m a bit of a nerd. But, who isn’t. … Continue reading A Stitch in Time, Means Getting Your Course Profile Posted! →Continue reading
My Course Outline for an online learning experience in Grade 5 Science on Human Body Systems can be found here.
I look forward to creating lessons for this unit in future blog posts.
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Photo Credit: <a href=”https://www.flickr.com/photos/50191609@N00/43125632014/”>Adam Bruderer</a> Flickr via <a href=”http://compfight.com”>Compfight</a> <a href=”https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/”>cc</a> Target Student Population The target student population for this course is a group of six, grade four English as an Additional Language (EAL) students ranging in ages from 8-10. … Continue reading →Continue reading
Hello ECI834er’s and beyond, My classmate turned friend (but still classmate) Joe and I have decided to join forces and create our Blended Learning Unit together! We have chosen to tackle both teaching a slightly needy grade 2/3 class to use Google Classroom and then complete their Solids and Liquids Unit using the blended learning approach! … Continue Reading →Continue reading
Alright, this is it! The highly anticipated, widely acclaimed course overview for a primary grades blended learning experience on states of matter. I’m very lucky to get to collaborate with Dani, a very talented educator. I’m also super excited to visit her classroom and help deliver elements of our unit and experience what blended learning […]Continue reading
This online workshop is comprised of 9 sessions where a combination of both synchronous and asynchronous conferencing is used to counsel adolescent parents. The workshop leader and participants will use Google Classroom to access materials used for this counselling workshop as well as Zoom.Us for weekly, face-to-face meeting times that are a requirement for the… Read More »Continue reading
I think the reason why I keep coming back to Alec’s courses is because his lessons are relevant to what I do in my classroom. When he gives a project I can see where it fits in my class, and how it will be beneficial for my students. This is important because I want classes … Continue reading Course Portfolio: A high school prep course for youth entering the trades →Continue reading
In this weeks class Alec covered how blended learning can be delivered using the SAMR Model (substitution, augmentation, modification, and redefinition). I was first introduced to this model in 2017 in my EADM 820 class with Stephen Wihak. I also went to high school with Bart Cote who was able to shed some light on … Continue reading Week 3 Response →Continue reading