Technology and Wellness: It’s Time to (Re)connect

Image Source It’s been a while since my last post so I’ll start with a quick reintroduction.  I have been teaching K-12 in the French Immersion program in Regina, SK for ten years now and I have loved the challenges and rewards that have come along with it.  This is my final Masters course and …

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ECI 832 – I’m uncomfortable, but that’s okay

Here goes… second grad class so there’s a feeling of being overwhelmed + first online class so trying to figure this out and stay organized + thinking I knew more than I did about technology and education than I really do = I’m uncomfortable. But, I believe that important learning can come from being uncomfortable. […]

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Ah Ha! A Journey to Promoting Digital Networking and Citizenship in the Middle Years

Welcome back to those regular blog attenders and a warm  welcome to those who are new. This is the second class I have taken with Alec Couros and similar to the last class I took with Alec, when we were initially presented with the options for our final project I had absolutely no idea of what … Continue reading Ah Ha! A Journey to Promoting Digital Networking and Citizenship in the Middle Years

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From Panic to a Plan… Sort of!

The strength of a person’s perspective is based on the number and quality of knowledge structures. And the quality of knowledge structures is based on the level of a person’s skills and experiences. Because people vary substantially on skills and experiences, they will vary on the number and quality of their knowledge structures. Hence, there … Continue reading From Panic to a Plan… Sort of!

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