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I used to think I could connect easily with my peers. It was presumptuous.
Now, I think that I was blinded by
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Podcast of this blogpost in French
Here it is: my synopsis of our technology/connectivity/learning community journey so far...
It's so eye-opening to reflect like this. Usually teachers are being 'in-serviced' at such a break neck pace, that there isn't time or energy to reflect on a
Where I am at?
Time is flying and this unit is well underway! The students really loved our unit question. They never even imaged how the carbon present today was here many years ago and how they could be made up of carbon from a famous pers
For my final project, I decided to focus on the final 3 weeks of an 8 week long science based inquiry unit for my 3rd grade students. The title of this unit is "How Does Science Help us Understand Sound?" Before I move to sharing my plan for those fi
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Why was this project particularly challenging?
The end of course 1 project was more difficult to do
Next fall I plan to really start building a learning community in my school. As I mentioned in my Not a Tech Plan post earlier this year, none of this works unless everyone is purposefully engaged and contributing.I have done most of this planni
Technology greatly influenced my pedagogy in the are of Project-Based Learning specifically. In fact, I was not introduced to PBL until my tech coach brought it to my attention last year. I had used elements of it in my classroom, but often still put
I've found the most difficult part of this final project is not what I thought it would be. I had originally anticipated the horror of video-logistics (gathering sufficient footage, storyboarding, filming, editing, etc.) would be the most challeng