Hey guys! We have made it to the end of the semester. I chose to create a video using Powtoon for my learning summary. The video is a good representation on what I have learnt through EDTC300. This class has pushed me out of my comfort zone in more ways then one. I got my … Continue reading Road Trip, Road Trip Through EDTC300!
Hey guys! The end of the semester is near and I hope you guys are doing well. Last week my focus was to learn how to read crochet instructions. I found this blog on Beginner's Guide: How to Read a Crochet Pattern. It was great I learnt about the abbreviation used in the instructions and … Continue reading Read Crochet Read (Repeat)
I choose to do one hour of code with Moana on Code. org, which was way more difficult then I thought it was going to be. In our zoom meeting we starting doing this activity and honestly it looked ridiculously easy. That's part of the reason why I choose this code, but also because I have never … Continue reading Helping Moana Wayfinding
3 Things I learnt: Inclusive Education is proven to improve better communication skills, higher academic achievement, wider social network, and fewer behavioral problems for children with disabilities. (TedTalk) 56% of kids with intellectual and developmental disabilities spend their entire day segregated in special education classroom. (TedTalk) Only 44% of classrooms, practice Inclusive Education and research … Continue reading Inclusive Education
Good evening! I hope your long weekend was relaxing and refreshing. To recap last week I finished my mini project of baby mittens and toque. I used two different tutorials and here are my results--> I am actually surprised about how well they turned out and I am ready for the next challenge. On quick side note, … Continue reading Back to the Drawing Board!
One of the major benefits of the digital world is the abundance of information that can be found in a click of a button. We as society depend on the availability of new information for a wide range of things, anywhere from presidential elections, to catching up on what our friends have been doing. It … Continue reading News: Real Vs Fake
Twitter Scenario- Mrs. C is teaching her grade eight class about digital identity with regards to social media platforms like Twitter. She wants to encourage her students to understand the risk and rewards involved with having a footprint on the internet. Part of the assignment is to create a classroom profile and to share positive … Continue reading Twitter@Mrs.C
We live in a world, where social media has allowed us to document our entire life online and explore abundant amounts of information, which is great, but how we use and abuse this is left up to our own devices. As future educators we know that children are starting to use social media platforms at … Continue reading In the Virtual Eyes of Everyone
Hey guys! I have some good news. My second attempt in crocheting a new born beanie was very successful. I followed a new youtuber @TheCrochetCrowd with their tutorial on How to Crochet A Baby Hat: Newborn. The tutorial allowed me to use the same material I used for the scratch mittens and the hooks I … Continue reading Second Attempt- Success!
Good afternoon everyone! I hope you guys have a had a great week and are powering through the grind of midterms. To recap last week, I crochet baby scratch mittens that turned out to be very cute and this week my new challenge was to create a new born crochet toque. I decided to continue … Continue reading First Failed Attempt #1