All Too Quick!
Course 5 is already upon us, and I am SO ready to take the plunge into our Final Project! I have thought A LOT about this project since the beginning of Course 4, and now, I am finally going to put it into practice :)
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The American Community School-Amman was fortunate to host education consultant, accomplished keynote speaker and Youtuber, Paul Anderson.
I would like to begin by saying thank you to the COETAIL community for this experience! I have learned so much on this journey and I could not have done it without you all.
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FAIL (First Attempt In Learning)
In my last blog post I was all excited because I found a topic, matched it with my standards and had a REAL connection for my students. Unfortunately as I reached out to the community it felt like roadblock, afte
I decided to work on the How the World Works unit for this Course 1 Final Project. The reasons for choosing this unit are:
Very little technology in this unit as it stands
A unit that needs more depth to it
A unit that we could make some coll
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
And Then There Was One...
One more course that is! Wow where has the time gone? Just this time last year I was starting my endeavor with COETAIL as a grade 4 teacher in China. Now I am wrapping up my course as a grade 6 math/science teacher i
The Black Hole of Video Editing Let Me Escape So I Could Write This Post
A picture is worth a thousand words, so, using of unit cancellation method, this video is worth....
So I'll just be quiet and ask you to watch!
(Isn’t the hardest part of writing formulating the idea? It is for me, including this post. I knew the question that I needed to address and where I thought I would go with my response. I had made an outline of notes and thought about filling in th