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COETAILS@TAS Course 1: Information Literacy and Ourselves as Learners

Milestone 1: End of Course 1 Reflections

My final project finds students developing creative videos about quadratic functions.  Collaboratively, students will utilize mathematical software to make calculations and use their knowledge of quadratic functions to create a fun video story to share with their classmates on our … Continue reading

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Taking off the training wheels

If we don’t teach them, they will find a way to learn themselves.  Or in this case, if we CAN’T reach them to teach them, they’ll find a way to educate themselves.  Just by providing the technology they begin to … Continue reading

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We adapt, we learn, we change, we inspire. We are the REAL Teachers!

Sadly, this is SO TRUE! If I got paid for the number of teacher lounge complainers that I have worked with over the past 10 years, I would be RICH! I still know educators that are teaching that ONE lesson, … Continue reading

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Baby steps are surely effective!

Although I may not have been blogging weekly (opps), I have, over the past month, been checking on my RSS feeders that I added to my Netvibes, I’ve been reading the weekly blogs by Jeff on the COETAILS’ website and … Continue reading

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Life trumps “messing around”!

So I sit here, one steady month since my last blog, wondering where the time has gone.  Yes, I’m sipping another nice glass of red wine and, yes, my blog is REALLY late this time.  But, all of the technology … Continue reading

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Connected for education? Yes, but can online communities build character?

As I sit here pondering my blog, yes, for a week straight and a week late, I can’t help but wonder, maybe I’m just looking for the perfect words.  Or, maybe I am just longing to have some dialogue and … Continue reading

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