Monthly Archives: January 2012

Snow Day!

Ahhh, I felt like I was having a second childhood this morning while I was listening to the radio. Could there possibly be any better day for a snow day than Friday the 13th? I’m going to spend the morning … Continue reading

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New York Mayor takes Coding Course

I find this story really encouraging. It’s the thought that counts. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg takes coding course New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has resolved to take an online computer coding course. The mayor is joining more than 180,000 … Continue reading

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Facebook Flow Chart

Facebook Flow Chat (via lemony snippet). It’s not classroom friendly yet, but the idea is brilliant!

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Practicum Week 1

First week of practicum down. The good news is that I’m starting to settle in, starting to get comfortable with the students and staff, and the students are starting to get comfortable with me and opening up a little bit. … Continue reading

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Khan Academy In Canada?

Mathy McMatherson ‘s post on his experiences with Khan Academy lectures in his classroom has made me wonder if Khan Academy is having much impact in Canadian education circles considering the waves it’s been making in education in the States. … Continue reading

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Practicum: Day One

I don’t really have much of anything of substance to post at the moment, but I had my first practicum day today and I at least wanted to make a note about it. I had done a few observation days … Continue reading

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Happy New Year 2012!

My New Year’s Resolution is pretty simple this year. Finish my degree and then get a job so I can actually practice my craft. That’s not unreasonable…is it?

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