#saskedchat July 2, 2015

Our chat tonight focused on ways that teachers can change the world around them. It was about thinking of Big Ideas, of overcoming the things that are holding us back from taking steps and moving forward. The conversation was co-moderated by Jay Wilson and Rick Schweir and was attended by the participants at ETAD Studio […]

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#saskedchat – Feb 12th, 2015

Our last #saskedchat focused on mentorship and the role it plays for teachers especially in regards to new teachers and internship. The chat was very lively with many of the contributors willing to share ideas and insights about the importance of mentorship for new teachers and interns but also for themselves as veteran teachers. That […]

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A Moment, Planned, of Sharing

Photo Credit: papernstitch via Compfight cc There seems to be a theme of late about skills for future success and how people organize themselves. Our own #saskedchat blogging challenge, which you can join and participate at any time, began with the question The topic for this week is Organization/Productivity – tools you use. Share how you stay organized and the tools you use to […]

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#saskedchat January 29, 2015

What a great chat tonight! We used scramblr to decide what topic to discuss. After posting the link to the site, participants suggested topics or gave their support to a topic on the board.   For a first attempt things went fairly smoothly. The one thing to discuss is how to add questions to the board […]

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#saskedchat – January 22. 2015

We had a great chat tonight with some great ideas for blogging. One of the great things about the our chat is the sharing that takes place. Not only were there lots of great resources but many of the participants have shared a link to they blogs. A google document was started for p people […]

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#saskedchat – January 8th, 2015

Welcome back! 2015 has arrived and the #saskedchat began with a huge BANG! We were discussing goals and plans for the upcoming year. There were a large number of participants who shared their goals, their plans for the upcoming year and some resources they found to be helpful. As usual, there were all sorts of […]

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EC&I 831 – Final Summary Reflection

Photo Credit: sdobie via Compfight cc The final summary for EC&I831 was a great way to spend some time to reflect on the learning from the past few months and then look forward just a bit. In the Rearview Mirror Part of moving forward is being able to critically reflect on what one is learning […]

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Hey Teacher – Leverage Twitter

For many teachers, twitter is definitely becoming a great way to connect with other teachers, find information and develop a Personal Learning Network (PLN). It can be a great addition to your Personal Learning Environment (PLE) which consists of all the tools and connections you use to do what you do whether it’s teaching or […]

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The power of connection

Photo Credit: Kieran Gillard via Compfight cc It’s Connected Educator Month. There are many great activities and options for teachers who want to get connected for the first time or who are already connected and want to expand their connections. For me, it has been a time to renew some of acquaintances with some blogs […]

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#saskedchat October 2nd, 2014

Our chat for Thursday, October 2nd will focus on Coach/Admin Support for Teachers. In keeping with the plan to involve more people and have greater participation, here are some questions to ponder for tonight’s chat:   How can coaches support teachers? How can administrators demonstrate support for teachers? Is there an effective strategy for coaching […]

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