Major Project Reflections

Over the past few months, I have been attempting to integrate technology into my Learning Resource Teacher role.  I work with Grades 3-6 in pullout programs such as reading groups and in-class assistance for primarily reading and writing adaptations. Reading Fluency – using iPhone recorder image credit I created voice recordings (such as this sample) … Continue reading Major Project Reflections

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Literacy Today

Our topic this week in EC&I 832 is to consider literacy. What is literacy today? Does being literate today mean the same thing as it did a hundred years ago? Or even a decade ago? Traditionally, literacy has tended to be referred to as the ability to read text. This begins with our kindergartens learning […]

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How much are you worth, digitally speaking?

Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF): Your personal information is valuable; Educators need to understand how data sets of personal data are profitable; Students should to be taught to critically examine what information they share; and Industries and tax structures are influenced by the storage of information.   Background: Over the past two or three decades … Continue reading How much are you worth, digitally speaking?

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