Tag Archives: Assessment

Summary of Personal Learning: #ecmp355

Well it is hard to believe that it is the end of another semester. This one flew right by. So I guess all that’s left is to show you what I’ve learned! The following is a very basic transcript of … Continue reading

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Arguing for Twitter in the Classroom

The Pro-Twitter side as written by Danae Andrie. Thank you for your thoughts on how Twitter can be incorporated into the classroom in a positive manner. I especially liked the use of links, photos and GIF’s. As a side note … Continue reading

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Pre-Internship Lesson Plans

Below are the lesson plans that I taught during my three week Pre-Internship block. Throughout the three weeks I taught ELA B10, which was co-planned with my partner who also taught this course with another group. During the second and … Continue reading

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Technology in the Classroom: Efficient Tool or Another Area for Assessment?

Confronting Ed-Tech’s ‘Monsters’: Q&A With Blogger Audrey Watters. This article questions whether we are using computers as a tool in education or as a means to test our students. While education can certainly be made more efficient from using different … Continue reading

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