Coding Exercise!

I chose to do option 2 for my coding assignment with Minecraft Voyage Aquatic. I decided to do this because I was curious. From Teanna’s experience she had fun with it and her experience inspired me to try it out!  I watched a video on the directions and picked a character for my treasure hunt […]

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Digital Literacy

Chantelle (Bonfiglio, 2018) shares her knowledge of coding and the importance of teaching students by playing Minecraft in school. For example, my daughter Teanna is in grade 4 and she played Minecraft in school for 2 years. She loved to build swords and houses when given the opportunity. One of her favorite memories of playing […]

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First Guitar Lessons!!

Last week I had my first guitar lessons with my friend Herra and it went well. She gave me handouts to try with the guitar and was surprised that I knew so many cords. She gave me a rundown on the guitar and shared her experience of learning the guitar with her older brothers. The […]

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Cyber sleuthing and digital identity

When we did this in class I found it fastinating what you could find on the internet about someone. There For example, while I googled my own identity I found my old land line phone number. When we researched Melissa in our groups, we agreed that she loved sharing her ideas and posting about her […]

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Digital Citizenship

The digital citizenship correlates with the SK Curriculum by having access on school grounds and at home. Digital access makes it easier for teachers, parents and students. For example, the magazines, journals, newspapers, digital videos that are free; this relates to the digital commerce. The student’s wellbeing includes gender and sexual diversity that supports others […]

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Guitar lessons

This past week I got new strings on my guitar at Road Dogs Music and I bought a new guitar case. I reached out to a few people who taught Guitar Lessons in Whitehorse and I got a response. I found more chords to work with: G, C, Em chords to play different songs. I […]

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Our changed world

This world has changed drastically and it is hard to comprehend as an adult. Sometimes I wonder how children can comprehend the busy school schedules and trying to adjust? Personally, I recently quit my social media (Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram) and stayed on Twitter for the EDTC Course. With all the social media I was […]

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Youtube always wins!

I tried looking for different apps to make videos out of pictures or videos and only one I could find was Film Maker. It doesn’t cost money after a trail like the other apps. After uploading my video to Film Maker I could not get the URL to upload to my blog. So I uploaded […]

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Teaching Philosophy

Educational Beliefs Opportunities to learn and experience a range of basic Dene Skills is emphasized. Students are encouraged to choose to learn more about aspects of the culture in which they have personal interest or talent (Dene Kede, p. 10). “I believe as an educator it is my responsibility to connect and teach the children […]

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