Final Project and Summary of Learning

That’s a wrap!EC&I 832 is coming to an end.. and to say I’ve learned a lot wouldn’t quite do it justice. I think any “educational technology” course is so relevant and practical.. I feel like I’ve walked away with an entire toolkit. My final project had me creating an AI handbook for our school. Being […]

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Major Project Update

The date is September 5th, 2023. A naive, ambitious Kendyll messages her EC&I 832 prof describing her excitement for her final project, asking if she could explore not only ONE of the recommended topics for the final project, but to fuse TWO of the options together. Both are so intriguing to her and she couldn’t […]

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Literacy, literally.

When I think of literacy I have, what appears to be a “flowchart” of thoughts run through my mind as I process the word. My mind instantly takes me to reading; literacy of comprehension and understanding written text. Soon after my mind seems to recognize other aspects of literacy, and usually goes straight to a […]

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Does a 2023 Identity Require Multiple Vessels?

A simplistic consideration of identity; who we are, our understanding of self.A revamped consideration of identity; who we are and present ourselves to “through the prism of culture”. (Boellstorff, 2008) The idea that identity is shape from and through cultural components is not brand new. Our Saskatchewan curriculum has been addressing the relationship between identity […]

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The Balance I Cannot Yet Grasp

Throughout this week’s articles and posts I have found myself in even more confusion about appropriate balance of technology in education. The saying “the more I see the less I know” comes to mind when thinking about what media literacy looks like in the education world. The more I understand the capabilities of AI and […]

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Networked Learning

Well, EDTC300 is wrapping up, against my wishes! This has definitely been one of the most practical and applicable courses I’ve ever taken. In this post I’ll be showcasing some of the ways I’ve (hopefully) helped others learn throughout the past couple of months, as others have certainly helped me! One thing I noted was […]

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Keep it going..

My learning project has been so much fun. For real. Not once did it feel like something I was forced to do, or a requirement. It was something I enjoyed, and I am making a promise to myself to keep it going. I want to continue to improve my golf game over the summer, and […]

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My new drive!

This week I was working on opening up the face of my club when I’m driving the ball. Recall that prior to this, I had done some research and learned that I need to have the face of my club facing in front of me as I swing. Here is how the face of my […]

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