In my Theories of Instruction in the Teaching of Secondary Social Studies (ESST 350) course in Winter 2022, my partner Paige and I created a 5 Day Lesson Plan for teaching the Levels and Branches of Government in Canada for a Social Studies 10 course.
I worked with Delaney Epp to create a Summary of Personal Learning and reflection on our experience this semester in EDTC 300.
Throughout this course, we have explored what it means to be connected to others digitally. This course presented the unique opportunity to stay active and involved with classmates digitally by interacting on our personal learning networks including Twitter and our educational Blogs. The Google Slides presentation linked above includes how I was actively engaged with
As this course comes to an end, so does my learning project. I was super thankful for the opportunity to devote time specifically to learning a new skill. I have always wanted to learn to crochet as I grew up watching my grandmother and I have seen super fun projects that friends have worked on,
For the final week of my learning project, I headed to TikTok for some information about what I could create. I stumbled upon a video of someone crocheting in the round and I thought it was super interesting. I found these videos to be quite helpful but I wanted to find a video that showed
This week I completed one of the first ideas I had for a piece when I first started my learning project. I made a coffee cozy (or coffee sleeve). I was initially inspired to make one when I first looked at this post which included a list of easy crochet projects for beginners, including the
It is important to increase our collective digital literacy so that we as a society are better able to effectively understand and evaluate the information we find as well as communicate with others. An issue that can arise if we aren’t able to distinguish between what online is truthful information is fake news which is
Cybersleuthing is when someone searches the Internet for information about someone or something. You can use keywords in searches, such as a person’s name, to find information about them on various websites such as social media, work or school-related profiles, and any other sites or areas where information can be found. 🕵🏼♀️ When cybersleuthing Delaney, I
Piece #1: Potholder/Kitten Blanket This week, I made a small pot holder using the double crochet method. Once again, I used a nice colour gradient yarn and this time it was a mix of purple, blue, and green. Making this piece was very relaxing and fun because it was a stitch I was familiar with
One of the documents I read through while exploring the Saskatchewan Curriculum website was a link to a Policy Planning Guide for School Divisions and Schools to Implement Citizenship Education from Kindergarten to Grade 12 which was under one of the Quick Links for Student Safety and Wellbeing. The document explores the need of students