Category Archives: Reflections on Required Readings

Everything I need to know, I learned in Kindergarten

  Learning Creative Learning It feels good to have finished blogging the 20 Stages of the 20 Hour “Hour of Code” course for K-8.  I’m looking ahead to when my students finish the 20 stages themselves. My plan is to … Continue reading

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Here a Mooc, there a Mooc, here a Tweet, there a Tweet…

  Coetail Course 4 Week 4: Connectivism Learning Theory Assignment 4:  Will education as we know it change because of technology? Where and how will you be teaching in 5, 10, 15 years time?  How does connectivism apply in your classroom? … Continue reading

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From East to West #PYPchat Inspires, Assessment in the PYP

ᔥ Brian Metcalfe   I thought I would try to “kill two birds with one stone” (not that I would ever hurt a bird, as I wouldn’t!  😉 ). I have an assignment to discuss Assessment in the PYP this week. … Continue reading

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