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So, here we are at the end of Course three and it has certainly been the one that I have found most demanding so far. N
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For my Course 2 Final project I have designed a unit of work for Key Stage Two children.
I contacted the teachers at a school in the UK. T
Finally done - whew!
Fellow Online 5 Course 5 members - let me congratulate you in a job well done! This part of our amazing learning journey is finishing, while a new journey as harbingers of educational technology and information literacy begins
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As much as the it was difficult for me to start the Coetail process for Course 5, once I got into it, it was so much fun! I partnered with Lauren for our final project,
(Disclaimer - if you're even remotely considering ever trying out badging as a project with your learners, you will be hard pressed to find as much inspiration as the links and shoutouts in this post will give. I give mad and total props to all my pe
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The start of a new school year. New clothes, new books, new faces, the promise of starting over, making changes, doing all of those things you swore you would do last
When I first started Course 1 I casually clicked through the different weeks to get an idea of what lay ahead. I looked at the final project and began thinking about what I might do for it. At this point in my Coetail journey I was convinced that the