Twitter = Professional Development and Personal Learning Network

So far, I have been completely invested in twitter and the education community that is on there. By following everyone in my EDTC 300 class, teachers from other school districts, professors, and other pre-service teachers at the university of Regina I am expanding on my PLN. I have discovered so many great resources for pre-internship … Continue reading Twitter = Professional Development and Personal Learning Network

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The Internet and All Its Greatness!

Alec and Wesch paint a wonderful picture about the usefulness and the connectedness that the internet creates. Platforms like YouTube allow anyone to express themselves freely and share their creativity with, potentially, a large amount of people who otherwise wouldn’t be able to see it. Phenomena’s like viral videos have emerged, awareness for various topics … Continue reading The Internet and All Its Greatness!

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RSS Reader Savy

Assigned blog post: Get an RSS reader (e.g., Feedly/Digg/Inoreader) account. Subscribe to several blogs and other education-related sources (besides the ones that I have recommended). Then, write a blog post that describes your process for choosing this content – How did you find blogs and other sources to follow? Describe one or two of the … Continue reading RSS Reader Savy

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Week 3: How to Read Tabs

Hello Followers! This week I felt like I wanted to get a better grasp on how to actually read guitar tabs. I started looking on Feedly for resources on how to read tabs, but I wasn’t getting anywhere too quickly. Later, I looked at Aurora’s Learning Project, and found she was learning the guitar too (hallelujah)!! Aurora suggested […]

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