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Digital Voices are Neat

I love it when people use digital voices for their projects. Check it out:

This project is a neat example of how to disassociate yourself from the content. 20 more words

Instructional Strategies

Digital Stories are Cool. Am I Right?

There is a metric TON of info coming at us all the time and as you probably already know, we use narrative to make sense of stuff. 247 more words

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BbWorld Higher Ed Live

A free, online conference for faculty

On July 14, Blackboard is setting the stage for a conversation about today’s classroom – powered by you. A full day of captivating sessions, packed with new ideas, best practices, and powerful storytelling. 17 more words

Instructional Strategies

Questions Have Power

Have you ever been in meetings where the chairperson seems to have some kind of mind control over everyone there? Yes, you say? Well then. Allow me set a bit of a scene for you. 183 more words

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Thoughts on Play in Preschool

I observed a half hour of socio-dramatic play in the gym room with preschoolers at Chinatown Learning Center. During the gym time, teachers split the group of twenty students into three groups in three areas of the gym- a slide area, an open area with different gross motor games, and a bike area. 1,390 more words

English Language Learners

A Spoon Bending Good Time

Recently a spoon bending workshop for doctors at the U of A was cancelled. According to this CBC article the workshop included an opportunity to bend spoons with the mind. 90 more words

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My Interview with Brett Moulding & 3-Dimensional Science Learning

This summer I was able to complete the most challenging professional development I have ever attended and it has transformed my teaching forever. Very rarely do I come across the opportunity to attend a PD that focuses on both instructional strategies and science so when my District was approached about attending this PD I was excited! 880 more words