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    Course 3 Final Project

    I've learned so much in course 3! I've been using presentations and infographics with my students, but this project gave me the opportunity to pay close attention to the visual elements of my slides and create my own infographic to accompany the slid
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    Owning up to the ownership shift

    [caption id="attachment_533" align="aligncenter" width="344"] Via Flickr's Creative Commons Image Bank[/caption]   How can teachers foster the creativity, entrepreneurialism, and lifelong curiosity necessary for young people to thrive? &nbs
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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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    Expanding Thoughts and a Mystery Image

    To continue the theme in my previous post, as a digital native, I don't believe my thoughts are changing so much as they are evolving, developing, and becoming more tangible. Taking the image of a mind-map, I feel like new bubbles are appearing and s
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    Time for Tinkering, Messing & Innovation!

    Student Choice + Student Engagement = Authentic learning  Sounds so simple, right? But how do we actually do this as educators? (Isn't there an app for that?) [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="414"] How Course Design Puts the Focus on L
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    Procrastination Complete

    Greetings fellow COETAILers! If you are anything like me you are feeling excited about this course and can't wait to connect with members of our cohort from around the globe. With that excitement comes anxiety, fear, and worry. Will I really have tim