Tag Archives: traditional methods

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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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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Pre-Internship Assessment and Evaluation Practices

This page will host my reflections on the assessment and evaluation experiences I encountered during my Pre-Internship. I will post the different tools I used, and discuss: what worked well? What didn’t? What would I change, and how? Throughout my … Continue reading

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“Back In My Day”: Before Technology Was Technology

Our lecture this week was very eye opening. I could not believe the things that were considered to be huge technological advances…. then again it was “back in my day” for someone out there. The chalkboard was considered a type … Continue reading

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Ginger Beef

Okay, so this is my first attempt at an East Asian dish. I am trying to make Ginger Beef. I have included a video of me talking about making it below. Be sure to watch it because I have included … Continue reading

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What Do You Mean “Differentiation Doesn’t Work”?

I was reading this article Differentiation Doesn’t Work – Education Week and found myself thinking that the author had missed the whole point of differentiation. Now, it is true that I don’t yet have a classroom of my own to try to … Continue reading

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There are Multiple Sides to Every Story

Photo Credit: J0nny_t via Compfight cc This article draws on the tale of The Six Blind Men and an Elephant. Each of the men explain what they “see” through their encounter with the elephant. While each of them have valid … Continue reading

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