Learning to Leap

Almost Taking a Leap Some leaps, like across a puddle or over an object on the floor, aren’t that big. We do them without even thinking. They don’t scare us and we don’t really think about them. Unless we’re 6. And the puddle is very large. And we aren’t wearing rubber boots. But, if you’re […]

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Professional Learning Networks – #saskedchat February 11th, 2016

What is a Professional Learning Network?  – n. – the entire collection of people with whom you engage and exchange information, online and facetoface. I’ve had a professional learning network before I knew that I had a PLN! Many of us have been networking and connecting with others far before the internet and social media made it […]

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#saskedchat – January 21, 2016 – Homework!

  Our topic was Homework and it was a great discussion. Participants were very willing to discuss the many different aspects of homework and how they used homework in their own classrooms. Most participants agreed that the view of homework is evolving. Sometimes communicating this change to parents isn’t easy. There is still a sense that […]

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#saskedchat November 26, 2015

Tonight our topic was Genius Hour/Maker Space & Assessment and it was a great chat! Participants discussed their experiences and the challenges that they faced with introducing and creating space for Genius Hour and Maker Space and the role of Assessment in this work. Participants shared some of their frustrations and successes with assessment and […]

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And How Are You Today?

How often have you asked the question? What about “How are you doing?” or one similar? How often have you listened to the response? Really listened. In the hustle and bustle of the day, we’re all very busy and such conversations are sometimes fillers as we politely listen to a reply. And there are those […]

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You Know Enough – Just Start

Starting….. It’s hard. It requires taking that first step. Of following it with another. Of having to get back up if you fall down. Learning to walk is tough but small children soon learn all the complex steps in taking one step, then another, then another… then they’re running. Getting started on making change or […]

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#saskedchat – Connected Ed Edition

  Welcome back. I’ve been off for a bit as I was writing papers and finishing my final summary for my EC&I 831 course but now those are finished and I’m getting back into the routines of podcasting and blogging. This podcast is a special one in that I am again trying some new stuff! […]

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