Week 3 Blog

What an interesting discussion in our last class regarding the CMS/LMS/VLE and other various platforms such as schoology and google classroom.  Since I began my Master’s Degree journey a couple years ago, I have become quite familiar (and impressed) with all the different capabilities of Google Drive, especially when working on group projects.  My son …

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Week Three of ECI 834 – My Profile

A Profile of A WA 20 Blended / Online Course OfferingAs a connected educator in my division and one that has a passion for infusing technology into my classroom, this opportunity will let me explore current practice that I employ and look towards offering an enhanced learning environment.  I will draw upon my experience with flipping lessons, providing students with online resources such as wikis and One Note, posts from classmates in  ECI 834, access to teachers currently providing on […]

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Course Profile – Photoshop Lessons

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…

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AP Calculus Course Debrief

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 …

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Course Profile: The colourful world of adjectives

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

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