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Cyber Safety In Grade 8

Cyber Safety In Grade 8

Today cyber safety will be talked about lots in the classroom. As the internet plays a big part in our lives and society around us, so talking about cyber safety in the classroom is important. When i was in grade 8, we had a cop come and talk to us about the the safety of using the internet. On how what we post onto the internet is on there forever and can’t be removed once it is posted/sent. I would…

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Let’s Code in the Classroom

Let’s Code in the Classroom

Today i exploring  coding on Code.org, I tried a bunch of different coding games to get a feel of coding. While i was trying out different coding games i found some that were easier and some that were hard and took up more time. The one coding game i struggle with was flappy bird, as when it was time for myself to make up my own course i could not figure out how to make the bird flap (fly when…

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9 Small Pumpkins

9 Small Pumpkins

This week, I was home for Thanksgiving so i decided to make cupcakes for my family. I first want onto Pinterest to find inspiration on how I want to decorate them. I use Pinterest a lot to find inspiration and to learn new skills from. Pinterest is a good place to find so many different things, which helps come up with new ideas that you might have not thought of. After going on Pinterest for a bit, i made a…

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Is it really a Useful App?

Is it really a Useful App?

Is it really a Useful App? I would say yes and no to this question, as Twitter does have some good things about it. One good thing about Twitter I do like about it is the community of educators that are on Twitter. There are so many different resources from other educators that could be useful in your own classroom. It also allows you to explore different ideas for lesson plans or even find templates for work. One thing I…

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Practice makes Perfect

Practice makes Perfect

This week I wanted to practice my piping skills, as piping with icing is a big part in decorating a cake. I did not do anything crazy with my piping but just worked with some of the different piping tips. Watch my time-lapse below to see me practicing piping. The apps I explored was using time-lapse and iMovie. I have used iMovie before to crate videos, but I wanted to step up my game with the editing. For my time-lapse…

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The Crumb Coat

The Crumb Coat

And so the journey begins! This week i wanted to decorate a cake with only knowing a little bit of how to decorate a cake, to see how well i can actually decorate one without any practice.  To start off, i made sure i have all the right ingredients and materials to make the cake, the icing and to decorate it as well. I first baked my cake (cake from a box) in the afternoon so it would be cool…

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The icing on the cake

The icing on the cake

Welcome to my journey on learning how to decorate cakes! I always wanted to learn to decorate cakes, so when I had to pick a skill to learn I thought this was the perfect opportunity. I have made cakes before and somewhat decorated them but I want to learn how to make them look more professional. To start my journey I had to buy supplies to be able to make the cakes, I bought the basic things like 3 cake…

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Get to Know Me

Get to Know Me

Hello, my name is Kelsey Deptuck and i am in my third year of Elementary Education at the University of Regina! A little about myself is that I am 20 years old and from Rosthern Saskatchewan. I enjoy going to the gym, travelling, which I will be going to Ottawa this month to curl with the University of Regina Cougars team, i’m looking forward to be able to travel again. I also enjoy going for walks with my two dachshunds…

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