Networked Professional Learning

“How have you contributed to the learning of others? That is the question being asked of me in the final blog post of my degree. This will be split up into a few different sections. Blogging I was very active with my blogging throughout the semester. I was able to post regularly and ensure that…

#learningproject Wrapup

Bonjour! Bienvenue a mon dernier message pour mon #learningproject! “Welcome to my final post for my #learningproject!” So if that title wasn’t enough of a clue for you, for my learning project over this semester I used Duolingo to learn to speak French. This was something that was brand new to me. When I was looking at what…

This is What Dreams are Made of

So the day has finally come! The last class of EDTC 300 is here. I have come along way from when the semester first started over three months ago. The tools and tricks that I have learned from this class will be very helpful for my future career as a teacher. As the title says, This is What…

Treaty Walk Reflection

So I have just arrived home from an evening at the Orange Tree Villa where we presented our class project called “Treaty Walk in the Village.” I was quite happy with how the event turned out. In all honesty, I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but I was quite surprised. We had way more people there…

Almost Done #learningproject

So things have been going pretty smoothly with my #learningproject as far as Duolingo is concerned. I have a 24-day streak going and that is almost as long as the one I had going prior to reading week. So that’s the positive coming out of this post. Unfortneylt I have been having trouble setting up…

Why Code?

Everybody in this country should learn to program a computer because it teaches you how to think.” – Steve Jobs I am a huge advocate of coding! I think there are so many different skills that students learn when they are coding. While there are many curriculum connections that can be made from coding, I think the most…