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    Genius Hour Part 2: An Opportunity for Students to Impact their World

    [caption id="attachment_82" align="alignnone" width="1920"] Image: Pixabay CC0[/caption] In this week's blog post we are focusing on how we as educators, can empower students to use technology to make a positive impact in their world. The follo
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    The Culture of Copyright

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    Self-directed Learning

    I finally did it! How I was dreading this 10mn video but in the end, that was a powerful way of reflecting. I enjoyed working that way with my students. I enjoyed documenting even though I felt sometimes that I was missing some of my students’ lea
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    Put it Out There!

    Put it Out There! Global Collaboration- where do I begin? It’s amazing that we have the tools to connect with others all around the world in a matter of seconds.  I started to use Twitter with a few of  my Grade 2 classes last year and it was
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    Goodbye Quiet Time. Hello Genius Time!

    Self-Directed Learning is something I have wanted to implement into my classroom for a while now, but I've never been able to make the leap. Since time will always be an issue, I've decided to engage my growth mindset, do some rejigging and dive in a
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    We Need More Messing Around

    “Messing Around” is my new favorite buzzword and I’ll make sure I use it with my students and my colleagues. I like how it has an educational and positive connotation to it.  The philosophy behind messing around is certainly familiar,  remind