That’s a Wrap: Major Project Finale: Gr. 7 Cross-Curricular Digital Citizenship Unit

After a few bumps along the path, my major project is complete (although I foresee future adjustments as I continue to implement it in different classrooms). My intent with this project was to test it as I created it, because – as I’ve said a thousand times – there are no truer critics than middle-years…

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Major Project Update 3: Exploring Peter Liljedahl’s “Thinking Classrooms”

THINKING CLASSROOMS AND DIGITAL LITERACY As many of my fellow classmates live in Regina, the name Peter Liljedahl or the concept of “Thinking Classrooms” might ring a few bells. Liljedahl frequently hosts PD in Regina (three of which I thoroughly enjoyed attending last year). If I may make a shameless plug for my Division Curriculum…

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The Case of Jekyll and Hyde: My Daily Struggle for Digital Literacy in a Fake World

Reflecting on my digital skills, navigating between reality and rhetoric often feels like a tale of two personas. By day, during the work week, with my family, I’m an advocate for balanced, informed tech use and digital literacy in our homes and schools. Yet, by night, on the weekends, alone, I must confess to being…

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