Tag Archives: #ecmp355

Made From Scratch

This is my Scratch. Do not judge me. I  used the most basic of tools and it still took me an hour to understand how to make the cat move. I still don’t understand it fully. I do not think … 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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Fresh Spring Rolls

Move Aside “Taco Tuesdays,” A New Family Favourite is Here!! Fresh Spring Rolls For Any Day of the Week! Can you tell I’m super excited?! It’s because this dish is possibly my new favourite. Then again, it seems like nearly … Continue reading

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Sushi

First of all, a big thank you to my co-host of this episode (ha ha!) of Cooking With Nicki: East Asian Style, Collen Elias! I had so much fun making this dish with her, and at the end we were … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Ice Cream!

This would be a super neat and versatile dessert to try making… If only I owned an anti-griddle. It works like a griddle, but instead of heating food it freezes it. You could use any fruit or chocolate, along with … Continue reading

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Blog Prompt – Debate on Twitter

This week’s blog prompt was to create a debate on using a certain technology in the Classroom. My partner, Danae Andrie, and I are arguing about the use of Twitter in schools. I will act as a parent, and Danae … Continue reading

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Sex Ed or Sextortion, You Decide

Imagine you had the choice to educate others about their digital online presence. Now imagine that somewhere out there is a young girl who is being blackmailed to take photos of herself and send them to the predator or face … Continue reading

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Sweet and Sour Chicken

I won’t lie about this one. This dish disappointed me. It was good but not how I expected it to be. I was imagining a sweet and sour sauce that was just like from a bottle or restaurant. It was … Continue reading

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Chicken Chow Mein

Before you read any further, check out my video! I filmed myself making this dish and explain what I do and why. Before I began to cook, I consulted several sources through a simple online search. Let me share what … Continue reading

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Growing Up In a Sexualized World and What To Make of It

First of all, I know that this is a taboo subject. I debated long and hard before beginning this post. I started once and deleted it. I’m an educator. Anything I say can and will be used against me, read … Continue reading

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