Starting to get comfortable

Welcome back! I am so incredibly excited to share with you everything that I have learned this week! We are nearing the end of our Learning Project journey and so I thought it was time to push the limits.  Resources  This week took inspiration from my classmates Caelyn’s Instagram printsbycaelyn. After reflecting on the style […]

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Cyandra the Cyberslueth

This week we had the challenge of cyber sleuthing one of our classmates. I was excited to do this as an assignment because I remember doing this all the time in high school. I vividly remember not knowing the name of a cute boy at my basketball tournament so that evening at the hotel my […]

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Digital Citizenship in the classroom?

Think about the relationship between digital citizenship and the SK curriculum. In a post, discuss various possibilities for connecting Ribble’s nine elements of digital citizenship with grade levels, subjects, and outcomes and indicators (be specific). Where and how do you see yourself integrating digital citizenship in your future classroom? After reflecting on the conversations about […]

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So much happened since 2008

An Anthropological Introduction to YouTube by Michael Wesch blew my mind.  After watching this video made back in 2008 I was shocked to see how much the internet has changed since then. I currently do not remember a time when my class did not have a smart board, and kahoot, and watched YouTube videos. So […]

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Flourishing

I am in deep! This week I took on the challenge of what I think is one of the hardest things to do on procreate. Flower arrangements. Like I said last week I find flowers and leaves really hard to draw because they are so naturally imperfect and to recreate that imperfection perfectly is a […]

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Week of learning

This week I worked on creating a plant piece. This is one of my favourite plants! A Monstera! I believed once again that this piece was going to be fairly easy. Like always it was not. The biggest struggle with this piece was drawing the leaves perfectly imperfect. Because plants are so organic it is […]

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To tweet or not to tweet?

Before coming into this class I thought that Twitter was for old people who did not have Instagram, or for people who had a lot to say but no one to say it to so they would put it on Twitter. So when Katia (My Prof) said that we all needed to download Twitter I […]

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Fumbling through FEEDLY

This week we were asked to get an RSS reader. I chose to use Feedly because this is the one that seemed easiest for me to figure out. I began by searching education, EDtech, inclusive education, math teachers, mathematics, high school ED, etc. However, I actually struggle to find sites I wanted to follow. Lots […]

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