Category Archives: EC&I 831

And that’s a wrap!

This term has been one of great learning! I am so thankful for getting to experience this class with each and every one of you! Best of luck in all of your future endeavors and the remainder of your Masters’ … Continue reading

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Coding… Say…Whaaat?

Ok, so let’s all just take a moment, do a little slow clap and welcome me to this next generation of learning. Let me explain. A few months back when the new Ipads rolled out into our classrooms one of … Continue reading

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Collaboration Room Conversation

This week we continued on discussing Open Education and the idea of sharing resources. This week I turned to my colleagues and had many discussions about sharing as teachers and what our responsibility¬†is. We had great discussions on many different … Continue reading

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Free Hugs….Free Resources…Same difference!

This week we were encouraged to explore different Open Education Resources. As an educator, I was very excited to explore these resources to see what benefits I could use from these resources. The resources I was drawn to were ones … Continue reading

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Sharing is caring…an ethical responsibility

Open education is a term that prior to this week I had not given much thought about. So the first thing I did was start reading to see what I could find about the topic of open education. I started … Continue reading

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Social Media Activism: slacker or responsible?

This past week’s topic of social media activism has really got me thinking. What is my position on social media activism and what is my role as an educator to model active citizenship online? My position to date on social … Continue reading

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Identity: what is your digital one?

As a teacher we are role models to many little people and families who are constantly looking up to us and watching what we do. Teachers are often held to very high levels of professionalism due to the profession that … Continue reading

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Knowledgeable vs Knowledge- able

In a world where knowledge is changing and progressing faster than one can imagine it is crucial as educators of the future generations to step back and begin to look at and question the teaching methods we are using in … Continue reading

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Beyond the 4 Walls

One thing I have learned as a teacher is that education is always rapidly changing. I have noticed this even in my short seven years in the classroom. As a teacher it is my responsibility to continue my Professional Development … Continue reading

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