Tag Archives: unTraditional 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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Vegetable Tempura

This time I decided to try my hand at making vegetable tempura. I kind of cheated with this one, sorry! I bought a package batter mix. I bought this a few weeks before I planned to make it, so at … Continue reading

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Spring Rolls

So my big adventure this time was to make spring rolls. Piece of advice: don’t attempt this on your own. Do not even attempt this with a partner. If you don’t have an army of slaves (I like to call … Continue reading

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Instant Miso Soup

I really, really hate to say this but…. this was the worst thing I have ever tasted. I learned my lesson, and I learned it well! If you want to try Miso Soup you should really try it from a … Continue reading

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Mongolian Beef

The recipe that I followed pretty closely can be found here. I also saw a fairly similar recipe from Pinterest that got me interested in this dish. It can be found using this link. Of course, Pinterest has tons of recipe … Continue reading

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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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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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