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    Into the Great Wide Open

    It is not a question of “will education as we know it change because of technology?” The answer of course is “absolutely, it already has! The indicators are everywhere, the fact that CoETaIL even exists is a testament to how rapidly education i
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    Remix of an Athletics Site

    To demonstrate my understanding of the principles of Presentation Zen and how they apply to content I have created; I have chosen the rebuild of my Middle School Girls Soccer website. I am the Head Coach of this team and use this site as the prim
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    Bringing Infographics to Life

    Grade Two students are able readers, but it is developmentally appropriate for them to be reading leveled picture books as all of my students are developing reading and writing skills. Additionally, in my classroom we have several Learning Support an
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    Local & Global Interactions

    Within our Grade Two classroom the focus has been “communication systems enable local and global interactions”. As part of the student inquiries they investigated the postal system, how mail travels and by extension the mechanisms which work
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    The Responsible Use of Technology (RUA)

    E&A Publishing House bring you the 3 Keys to the Responsible Use of Technology! [caption id="attachment_224" align="aligncenter" width="595"] E&A's Responsible Use Agreement is perfectly suited to Primary & Middle School Students[/captio
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    I was raised in a Village

    [caption id="attachment_221" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Thornhill Settlement Village, my home for 13 years; formed the cornerstones from which I developed my sense of community. Image by Thornhill Historic[/caption] The African proverb “it
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    Fitting One Million Into One

    [caption id="attachment_189" align="alignnone" width="300"] CC0 Public Domain[/caption] My head is racing with a million ideas for my Course 5 project. There are so many ideas that link and fit together in some way.  Now taking those million idea
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    Making Learning a Game

    [caption id="attachment_177" align="alignnone" width="300"] CC0 Public Domain[/caption] Starting my teaching career as a Pre-K teacher opened my eyes to the benefits of play as a way to learn. The amount of knowledge my students learned from each
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    Community Learning

    I was having a hard time envisioning Project Based Learning, Problem Based Learning, and Challenge Based Learning being used in my Grade 1 classroom. All of the reading I did gave the thinking and evidence behind why these three strategies work. I s
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    Fossilized in the Digital Domain

    [caption id="attachment_156" align="aligncenter" width="443"] Cairichnium leonardii dinosaur track (Dakota Sandstone; Lower Cretaceous; eastern side of Dinosaur Ridge, west of Denver, north-central Colorado, USA) James St. John via Compfight cc[/capt