When Class Ends but the Learning Doesn’t – Major Project Wrap-up

The age-old saying that goes a little something like “the learning never ends” is how I would categorize my major project this term. The learning certainly isn’t complete and there is so much more to do but the piece that I have had to remind myself about, the important part, is that learning happened! Much […]

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Building Digital Literacy with Seesaw & WeVideo – Project Update

In the past couple of weeks, I have been able to see the preliminary work for my major project begin to come together through the work my classroom students and tech team have produced along with the conversations we are having! A little update on my WeVideo post When Technology Beats the Techy for you: […]

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When Technology Beats the ‘Techy’

On Monday after school, I was in my classroom working with a very patient group of grade 5 & 6 students as the technology I was wanting to use was ultimately outsmarting me! Over the weekend I had planned out how to show the team how to add a the Screencastify chrome extension and then […]

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Media Literate Digital Citizens in Elementary Ed. – Citizens in the Making!

  Now that I’ve got my project figured out and feel like I am on the right track I figured it was time to share what my student have been up to. Incase you missed it last time, my project has taken on a bit of a two fold look. I am working on focusing […]

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Adventures in Digital Citizenship

Since beginning this class, I have begun to make more intentional choices within my classroom around incorporating more opportunities for students to practice their digital citizenship. I told my students that we would be working towards using more online platforms to help us communicate efficiently, confidently, and safely. I began by surveying my students about … Continue reading Adventures in Digital Citizenship

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A Reflection of the Implementation of Digital Communities in the Classroom

For my major project, I decided to implement more opportunities for students to engage with their peers positively and effectively online. In hopes of building their understanding of digital citizenship and developing their ability to confidently communicate online and build their digital networks. As I discussed in my blog post, Ah Ha! A Journey to … Continue reading A Reflection of the Implementation of Digital Communities in the Classroom

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