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Contributing to the learning of others…

Contributing to the learning of others…

Lifelong learner means enhancing your personal competences and knowledge which does not necessarily occur in an educational environment but is also defined as a collaborative term which involves improving life long learning of others through your learning journey. This semester, other than weekly zoom meetings , Discord, Twitter, Word press and blog platforms opened me a new door to interact with my peers which honestly changed my traditional view of learning and teaching. This post is dedicated to demonstrate how I…

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CAR PARKING# WEEK 6

CAR PARKING# WEEK 6

Welcome to week 7! This week I attempted to park my vehicle between two cars as it will be a big part of Road test in Saskatchewan! This is a must-know skill for every driver to know parking spots. Before then I asked my friends about their experience and they all told me it is easy as a piece of cake! Although to be perfectly honest , it was a real challenge for me particularly in angle positions! Finding parking…

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Learning the basics of HTML…

Learning the basics of HTML…

To be honest, this semester, EDTC300 introduced me to lots of great technological tools and importantly coding was part of this exciting journey! This week I tried to code HTML language which always seemed difficult to me! I decided to practice with Code Academy which I think is approachable for younger students who are not much experienced in coding! HTML : Hyper Text Markup Language and is used to create the structure and content of a webpage! Step 1: Learn how to code! Are…

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Digital literacy in the classroom!

Digital literacy in the classroom!

Emotions have a substantial impact on attention and the learning process, particularly problem solving and concertation. We are living in a technological era which is accompanied with loads of social networks and online resources that not only are not always true but also are meant to do harm! Students need to be aware of fake news and its destructive influences, although teachers play a key role to develop theirs cognitive skills in this regard! For instance, in a digital world,…

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Written test in SGI!# learning project week 5

Written test in SGI!# learning project week 5

This week was completely different! I had to prepare myself for a written test or knowledge test which is valid for one year! Needless to say that written test is based on the information of Saskatchewan driver’s handbook , next, I booked an appointment and prepaid online to be accepted in the exam. This test consists of two parts: driving rules and sign identifications. There is 40 questions and you’ll be required to score a minimum of 32 out of 40 questions to pass!…

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Is Technology Serving You?

Is Technology Serving You?

Once upon a time, there was a girl who was pretty and smart. Since she could remember, she was trying to be an actress. She had strived hard to take some roles in one of the public series and shortly after she became a celebrity! After a while she fell in love with a guy who was supposed to marry although things did not go well after that! In 2006, she became the center of a video sex scandal! Nightmare…

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Digital Citizenship!

Digital Citizenship!

Digital citizenship can have a broad definition which importantly implies appropriate behavior related to technology, in other words Digital citizenship is the continuously developing norms of appropriate, responsible, and empowered technology use (Mike Ribble). We are living in a technological era which seems like the Internet and technology are playing an important role in people’s minds particularly the younger generation are more encountered with advanced software’s or applications like tweeter or Tik Tok. In addition, I have recently read a…

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Who are better drivers? Men or women?## learning project week 4

Who are better drivers? Men or women?## learning project week 4

This week, I have learned loads of driving rules from stopping at stop sign to how to use turn signal! I also got familiar with speed limits, I was pretty slow especially in highways as I was too cautious avoiding car accident. In Saskatchewan, speed limit is 30 km/hr in school zone which I believe is definitely safe particularly for children during school seasons…exceeding this speed limit will bring you $310 to $570 ticket! lets take a look at speeding…

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Steps to driving a car for the first time! # Learning project: Week 3

Steps to driving a car for the first time! # Learning project: Week 3

Hello… Hello everyone… I woke up yesterday feeling pretty excited as I was going to drive an automatic car for the first time… To be perfectly honest, at first, I was feeling butterflies in my stomach as I had no clue what it is expecting for me! Before then, I used to have many coaches and most of them were fairly impatient in teaching and drove me crazy during driving! At first impression, Mr.Zahed did not look very kind but…

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ANIMOTO, Quick and easy movie maker!

ANIMOTO, Quick and easy movie maker!

This week I decided to choose Animoto as during past years I have not used any video makers and I thought it must be pretty interesting to learn an advanced tool during my learning journey! I selected Animoto due to some reasons, firstly, no video experience is necessary, if you are a beginner like me :D, I highly recommend you to take a look at this powerful software, secondly it is wonderful to share that Animoto has been nominated for…

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