Category Archives: EDTC 300

Learning Project Wrap-Up

I started this project with the goal of being able to hold a free handstand for at least ten seconds.  Which for a beginner, is something a little bit daunting to take on.  But, I still wanted to try and accomplish this the best I could.  Going into the first week of my project I … Continue reading Learning Project Wrap-Up Continue reading

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EDTC300 Final Networked Learning

During my time in this class, the support from my fellow students has been immense.  I found so many of the comments on my blog very helpful and supportive, they really helped me keep going and stay motivated.  One comment I got was this one below. It was comments like these that really put a … Continue reading EDTC300 Final Networked Learning Continue reading

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EDTC300 Summary of Learning

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Learning Project: A Short Break

This last week I basically took the whole time off of working on my handstands in a hope to let my wrists and joints recover before I put more stress on them.  The goal for me is to be at 100% for next week which is the last learning project post I will be making, … Continue reading Learning Project: A Short Break Continue reading

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Coding Newbie: Beginner Coding and Making Games

Apparently, coding can be fun!  In my mind coding was always this super complex thing that really smart computer engineers did, but learning the basics was really interesting.  And obviously, I am using a very basic platform with easy to understand instructions but none the less, I had a great time doing it and learned … Continue reading Coding Newbie: Beginner Coding and Making Games Continue reading

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Digital Literacy

Digital literacy is an idea that is becoming more and more popular among teachers and internet conscious people in the world.  And with students and young kids having a lot of exposure to online sources and the internet as a whole, teaching them how to properly and responsibly determine the good from the bad online … Continue reading Digital Literacy Continue reading

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My Cyber-Sleuthing Experience

For this assignment, I went into a group of three including myself, Rachel Steele, and Meegan Svedahl,  from what I could find sleuthing is not as easy as I thought it would be!  To start off I just want to say that this was actually a very uncomfortable feeling, it didn’t feel right stalking someone … Continue reading My Cyber-Sleuthing Experience Continue reading

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Experimenting with more Editing

This week I wanted to do some more editing so I took the advice from my classmates and tried using inshot.   I ended up liking it a lot more than iMovie just because it had a lot more options and editing settings to choose from.  I really enjoyed learning how to use inshot and … Continue reading Experimenting with more Editing Continue reading

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The Activist Responsibilities

The way I see it teachers have always been the ultimate role model for young children.  A teacher with a great attitude and work ethic has the power to influence a child’s life without them even knowing it.  The power teachers have on influencing the lives of their students it’s so great, and that is … Continue reading The Activist Responsibilities Continue reading

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Handstand Progression and Learning to Edit

This week for my learning project I think I overcame some of the challenges I had last week.  since last week when I added the stretching routine and wrist Mobility exercises, I have noticed a great increase in my wrist flexibility and there’s also been some reduced swelling in my wrists after each handstand session.  … Continue reading Handstand Progression and Learning to Edit Continue reading

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