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While working on my discussion forum about visible learning I learned something!  I realised doing this blog was apart of the visible learning instructional strategy!  The depth of my knowledge into this topic is becoming a well and I found a great article supporting transparency in the classroom. 173 more words

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Here is an instructional technique I had not considered until seeing this digital project.  Even though we use it in the PIPD I didn’t think it could be used as a part of my program, until now. 131 more words

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The Year I Broke: The Reclamation

“Once you go inside and weed through the muck, you will find the real beauty, the truth about yourself.”

-Lindsay Wagner, Actress

The days after I cut him out of my life were full of tears, but I felt an instant freedom.

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A digital project on the "chunk and chew" instructional strategy

You can download a high resolution PDF file of the following infographic or view a lower resolution image of it below. Please note the Creative Commons license at the bottom of the infographic. 15 more words

Adult Education

lornapie reblogged this on Lorna's Blog and commented:

Here is another strategy that is similar to micro lectures which keeps the lecture aspect short and gets the students actively learning and practice immediate skill!

Poster Sessions


Here is a student engagement technique of poster sessions.  I like this strategy because it engages students on many levels for learning and creates an environment for group work and allows creativity to design and present their work. 122 more words

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Micro lectures


In the process of researching my discussion forum topic about visible learning I came across a strategy of micro lectures.

I love the idea and concept of mini lessons followed by active learning.  95 more words

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Project Based Learning


I found this link from Alisha’s blog about project based learning.  I see this as a benefit in my program due to the concept of students actively exploring real world problems and situations which require them to develop deeper knowledge and challenges them to investigate. 61 more words

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