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
(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
Ever felt invincible? Like you can do it all? As if the world were your oyster, ripe for the picking? Like you could just juggle everything all at once?
Well that's kiiiiiinda how I feel when I think ahead to the next course, and thus, planning m
Badges. They're not just for Girl Scouts anymore!
Initially, from the very first moment of learning about badges I think that it sounds cool. Consider a few pros, cons, and questions (and do feel free to chime in below if you can add more to
If you count the library as a classroom, I've got the biggest, best, and best-resourced classroom in the school! Currently, the bane of my existence is helping my budding readers learn how to use the library well. We talk all the time about 'coding
*BAM* This week's readings hit me! As a PYP teacher with a hefty amount of PYP experience, I immediately recognized the transdisciplinary nature of Project-Based Learning and thought, 'Well, maybe I know more about this than I thought I did!'
Merriam-Webster's definition of a librarian:
1. a person who works in a library (simple); 2. a specialist in the care or management of a library (full)
My personal (and day-to-day) definition of a librarian:
1. teacher librarian; 2. book orde
I would have never in a million years thought a final project could be so fun. Pastel colors, little boxes and triangles, maps and graphs, photographs - this was an absolute blast to make.
At the moment the infographic is slightly informal. I'd s