Wow, this has been quite a fantastic journey. Not only have I developed skills to share with my students and colleagues, but my knowledge base has also grown to be a confident parent, specifically in this area. I used Twitter during the pandemic for my classroom, but that was the degree of my technology experience.Continue reading “Final Post – Major Project Journey”
It was great to push in and support the middle years’ classroom and teach them how to use WeVideo and WeVideo Classroom. WeVideo Classroom can be connected to google classroom, and teachers can create as many classes as they wish. I enjoyed that the students could be engaged through this platform and discover a creativeContinue reading “WeVideo Classroom”
Normalizing conversations around Digital Citizenship has become a priority throughout my personal and professional life. I am discovering how there is some common knowledge around terms such as technology, wifi, data, computer, iPad, fake news, social media, chat rooms, and online. The overarching theme, ‘digital citizenship,’ seemed missing throughout the conversations. As I discussed andContinue reading “Major Project – Let’s Keep the Conversations Going”
It gives me great joy to share my Summary of Learning! As an educator, this class has helped me shift my pedagogy and help me prioritize digital citizenship within my learning space.
As educators, we know that engagement and relationships are crucial to student success. In addition to this… How do we continue to connect with our students in a healthy way that meets the needs of our learners? How do we do this in an authentic, meaningful, current, and relevant way? Are we prioritizing the ethicalContinue reading “Authentic or Not”
Working alongside middle years students is a new venture for me. However, relationships are key and as a responsive teacher, it can be difficult to build new lessons when the relationship hasn’t been built. Working alongside these students, it was apparent how quickly their projects came to life through WeVideo.
A Visual of My Digital Day Using the podcast format in WeVideo is an efficient way to share my thoughts on navigating my day digitally. What an amazing tool for students to brainstorm their ideas for writing and storytelling! Check out my explanation: Common Sense Education shares valuable tools for students to find balance withContinue reading “Digitally Moving Through My Day”
Following Willie Ermine’s presentation yesterday, I sent out a quick Mentimeter question for the staff to respond to. I realize this may be a tool that people are already familiar with, however, for me, I had never used it and definitely see the purpose. Here are the responses so far…. Easy and Engaging Intentional andContinue reading “Major Project Update”
The article, “What is media literacy and why does it matter?” takes an in-depth look at what media and literacy are as separate entities and in combination. I am passionate about literacy through and through. I believe that it is the gateway for student success and achieving lifelong goals. This area of strength has drivenContinue reading “Media Literacy”
Monday, March 14th -Friday, March 18th Action: Willie Ermine guest presentation – ” Interconnectdness – wahkotowin” Storytelling through oral language is a beautiful way for people to connect and engage in Indigenous Worldview. All students will share in Willie Ermine’s knowledge and reflect on their thoughts and feelings following the presentaiton. Primary – Talking CircleContinue reading “Major Project – Sharing Knowledge Through Connections”