Monthly Archives: October 2018

Keep Your Distance…I’m trying to Learn!

When I reflect on my educational experience as a facilitator of learning and as a student there are a number of different online tools that I have found very useful and relevant. In the realm of Regina Public Schools, every … Continue reading

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6 Tabs Open and I Still Managed to Finish My Blog!

In the video Single-tasking Is the New Multitasking (posted below), James Hamblin says at one point, “I don’t doubt that you’re probably doing something else while you’re watching this.” I was guilty of this assumption as I had picked up my … Continue reading

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Today’s Episode is Brought to you by the Letters A and V!

Sesame Street, the pillar of my first experience in education that I can remember. A harmonious neighbourhood that was one of a kind for the era in which it was born. With such an array of people from different backgrounds, … Continue reading

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FD 35 YRS, Coding 1st Time!

I have never done coding in this lifetime, until a week ago in EC&I 833. When we were introduced to the Logo program I couldn’t understand why there was a little green turtle right in the middle of the web page. … Continue reading

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