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Self-Evaluation Narrative - Spring 2020
It's that time of year again. Time to reflect on my year, the professional growth goals (PGP) I set for myself, and set new ones for the future. Reading More)
Prototype Protocol - Planning
Over the last few weeks, I have moved into the planning phase of the prototype protocol, and have begun developing the actual website where my blogging course will live. I met with our IT Director, and discussed the various platforms that would make (More)
Coronavirus Virtual Time Capsule - Documenting History
Cross-post from my Class Blog. There has been a lot of talk about how we are living through history these days. The things we document a (More)
One Week, Two Weeks, Three Weeks, Forever Weeks?
My last post was on March 2, 2020...ten days before my school closed its doors due to COVID-19; eleven (More)
You'll Never Know if You Don't Ask
My initial goal for my PGP was to create a set of learning modules around blogging to help teachers who are new to OJCS understand what we do, how we do it, and why we do it. After collecting data and challenging my assumptions as a part of the pr (More)
Prototype Protocol - Challenging Assumptions Through Data
In my last post, I named some assumptions I had about blogging, and then challenged those assumptions by collecting data in var (More)
SPRING PGP- Behaviour Management in the Art Room, QR codes, Blogging, Reflections and more...
Behaviour Management in the Art RoomThe process of developing a personal written Theory of Behaviour Management for the Art Room helped me (More)
A Guide to Documenting Learning - Book Review
If you look back at the date of my first post, you'll see that I have not been blogging for long at all. Documenting my learning in this format, on this public plat (More)
Blogging Bingo
(Cross-post from my class blog) B-I-N-G-O!! Here is our newest Blogging Challenge. Students will add to their personal blogs, and are challenged to complete as many of thes (More)
The Four Kinds of Documentation
As I work on creating a Blogging Bingo Challenge for my students, I felt an inforgraphic explaining some of the tasks would be helpful for my students. I contacted Kelli Vogstad, whoseMore)
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