Week 1: In my first week of my learning project. I chose what I wanted to learn. I thought long and hard about this decision and could not have been happier with my choice. I must admit that learning how to play the fiddle was a lot harder than I thought. I didn't realize how … Continue reading The big finale
Photo by Bruno Henrique from Pexels In my 9th week of learning how to play the fiddle, I learnt how to play hot cross buns! When this lesson came up in the Trala app, I had to laugh because in my first blog post on my learning project I mentioned that hot cross buns was about the closest … Continue reading Hot Cross Buns
In my 8th week of learning how to play the fiddle, I learned AND practiced A LOT with crossing strings and once again playing the E, A and B notes. I went back into my Trala app to continue with the courses. I had 3 more courses left in the 1st chapter. I couldn't believe … Continue reading The first time I wished for callused fingers
Photo by Simon Leonardo from Pexels Good news! I got my fiddle fixed. I found a woman who fixes instruments out of her home. I got in the next day and she took maybe 15 minutes to fix it. It cost me $20. She practically saved my life! In my 7th week of my learning project, I went … Continue reading Practice makes perfect!
Photo by Belle Co from Pexels As I was reading through the #EDTC300 blogs on their interactions I couldn't help but notice such kind words. "community, grateful, thankful, belonging, relationships, together, encouragement, meaningful..." Unfortunately, I feel like I didn’t contribute very much during the course of the semester. I commented on a couple blogs earlier in the semester … Continue reading Wahkohtowin
My coding experience: https://youtu.be/cFMzzrLqzjQ Coding was… cool. I did the Hour of Code on Code.org. I definitely had a bit of hard time. When I watched us do an Hour of Code during class it looked a lot easier. My daughter chose the infinity themed code for me to do and she watched with excitement. … Continue reading Coding, why do it?
In my 6th week of my #LearningProject I broke the A string on my fiddle from trying to tune it. My tuner wasn't working so I had to use the Trala tuner. I used it before and it went well so I thought why not. However, it was the first time it told me to … Continue reading Broken string, broken heart..
Resources Used: How do we teach students to identify fake news?7 Types of Mis- and Dis-Information5 Ways Teachers Are Fighting Fake NewsSK Grade 6 Health Curriculum In my previous blog post, I talked about how the digital world frightened me at times. Most notably, my digital identity and how this information that I give out … Continue reading Digital Literacy in the Classroom
After this weeks class in #EDTC300 on digital identity, I found myself aimlessly searching through my own social media platforms to ensure that my digital identity was something that I hoped it would be. As each week passes, I continue to learn a large amount of critical information about the digital world and I thank … Continue reading Digital Identity and Cybersleuthing