Monthly Archives: July 2012

A new way of thinking about Professional Learning Communities..

We had an informal chat before our grad class the other day around the blogging assignment. It has been a real challenge for some of our classmates to write their blog entries and we were trying to figure out why. … Continue reading

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Web 2.0 – Oh, the Possibilities!

Today, July 6, 2012 in class (EDER 679.14 at the University of Calgary), Brenda Dyck from the CRC (Calgary Regional Consortium –  http://www.crcpd.ab.ca/) spoke with us about Web 2.0 and what the possibilities are for using the plethora of tools … Continue reading

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TPACK – Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge

Dr. Jennifer Lock came to our class (EDER 679.14) today (July 5, 2012. University of Calgary) and spoke about TPACK (Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge). It is an interesting area to contemplate. We have had many “what comes first – … Continue reading

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Inquiry..

Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary lists the definition of Inquiry as: 1 : examination into facts or principles : research 2 : a request for information 3 : a systematic investigation often of a matter of public interest   The past seven … Continue reading

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Beginning My Blog

This is the beginning of my year of inquiry into ICT, into inquiry based learning and how that all fits into the lens of Science…

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