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    Badging and Gamification Plans...

    It feels like a lifetime ago that I was peeking over Patrick’s shoulder and being a lurker behind him as he went through his CoETaIL. It seems like a long time ago that I made the decision to take the course myself. Yet it is not that long ago (I a
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    Welcome to Week 3: The Present

    I think what is important when thinking about course 4 is to choose pedagogies or teaching philosophies that speak to you and your own interests. Maybe you've been wondering about flipped learning for a while.  Or you're thinking about ch
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    Headlines & Deadlines: the Game!

    For my Course 4 final project (and, eventually, the Course 5 culminating project), I hope to work on redesigning the journalism program at TAS. I am in a unique position for this project because, as the only journalism teacher at TAS, I have almost c
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    Looking Forward

    [caption id="attachment_394" align="aligncenter" width="400"] By DuEnLiJu (common) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons[/caption]FLIP IT! Flip It Good This week's readings really got me thinking. I read some great articles about the Flipped Classroom:
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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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    Flipped Learning - Keep Flipping!

    Flipped Learning - instant connections Mention Flipped Learning, and the words Khan Academy immediately pop up. This Infographic helps paint a more complete picture, summarised in School Setting 1 in the chart below. If you move your thoughts
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    Flipping out over Flipping Classrooms!

    Flipped Learning I had kind of been waiting during the Coetail course to get to grips with the idea of flipping the classroom. I was excited to learn more about it as I had heard mixed reports on its efficacy. The main question I wanted to answer
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    Light it Up

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDcFryDXQ7U I’m currently reading a book (for fun!) called Lit Up by a journalist named David Denby. He’s not an educator, nor does he claim to have educational expertise, but as an educator, I am completely ent
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    Gamification, flipped learning: what are they?

    One of the most important concepts in teaching is creating opportunities to make thinking visible. When teachers can really see the thinking of their students, they can provide these students with the support and encouragement they need to be success
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    Course 4 Week 3: The Present

    [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="441"] flickr photo shared by Lauren PM under a Creative Commons ( BY-NC ) license( BY-NC ) license[/caption] I think what is important when thinking about course 4 is to choose pedagogies or teaching philoso
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    You Want Me to Teach How?!

    flickr photo shared by educ@conTIC under a Creative Commons ( BY-SA ) license Before I get into this post, I should probably admit that I have no idea what the speech bubbles in the above picture say.  I thought the picture was cute, and I'm kee