Trying Out an Hour of Code

For this week’s post, I tried the Hour of Code program, through code.org, where I made a Flappy game! This game was skilled at Grades 2+, so the hour-long program took me twenty minutes.  This was particular program was easy enough for me to do it! I a…

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Coding Fun

Hello everyone! Welcome to my blog post! This week in EDTC 300, we were tasked with learning how to code! I was very excited to hear that we would be learning about coding, because I actually knew how to code prior to taking this class. I took a computer science class in high school and … Continue reading Coding Fun

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Living in a Digital World

I remember my life before social media, do you? As a future educator, I must remind myself that many, if not all, of the students I will teach have grown up in the eyes of social media. Seeing as they have grown up in this world, chances are they may n…

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Le voyage n’est pas encore fini

The semester has come to an end, and it is time to wrap up my learning project. Although I am writing my last post, I will not be dropping this language as I am so proud of myself for how far I have come. When setting out to have a learning project on French, I was unsure how it would go because one, I have never used to the internet to teach myself something this in-depth, two, I have not had a French class (with the basics) since elementary school, so I was in for a treat. Within this next

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and that’s a wrap

Well we made it to the end and I couldn’t of done it without all my awesome colleagues. I always find that U of R education classes have a great feel to them where relationships and connections can be created and nurtured. I was not expecting the same through an online class, but I could not of been more incorrect. The connections and relationships built through a screen, especially zoom and twitter, were very valuable.As I am reflecting back through the class I truly feel as though I benefited […]

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