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- a potential Secondary education teacher - English major/ Technological Music minor - ESL learner - animal lover
It is just different perspectives to see the same object, but it makes big difference in one's mental state. Good resource to prove student's strength and make them feel optimistic.
Feeling like you're falling short?
It's important to keep an eye on your goals, but don't forget to look back and realize how far you've come and the successes you've had.
#Growth #growthmindset #goals
We hire teachers for their #strengths, not their weaknesses.
However, too often teachers are hired for strengths but then managed for weaknesses.
Effective leaders focus more on developing strengths than focusing on weaknesses. It’s their strengths that make #teachers amazing!
Many countries are falling short when it comes to investing in public education.
Quality education is not a luxury - it is a human right.
The #GlobalGoals call for inclusive, quality education for all. https://un.org/sustainabledevelopment/education/
Author Archives: Yiquan
“It’s ok to not be ok. It’s ok to show people you are not ok”. —–“Split Image” This week’s learning project is a reflection on “Split Image,” an article by Kate Fagan. By narrating the tragic and double life of … Continue reading
Note: This blog is long and autobiographical. I highlight the key points to give you convenience if you are in a rush. Before sharing how I contributed to the learning of others, I’d like to explain what a personal learning … Continue reading
I summarize my learning by making an interactive video on H5P. Here is the link to my artifact: https://yiquandongrx.h5p.com/content/1291812974680995148 In the summary, I autobiographically discuss my learning when I play the roles of a student and a teacher. The bookmarks … Continue reading
This week’s lesson lasted for only 49 minutes, which was great. We played games by using block coding and text coding. Oh, I might make a mistake here. I should say we learned block coding and text coding by playing … Continue reading
My answer to the topic is simple. Educators can have a different persona online and off school; however, that persona must be positive. This week we spent time exploring digital identity, online shaming, and cybersleuthing. Ahh, online shaming and cybersleuthing … Continue reading
“The ideal critical thinker is habitually inquisitive, well-informed, trustful of reason, open-minded, flexible, fair-minded in evaluation, honest in facing personal biases, prudent in making judgements, willing to reconsider, clear about issues, orderly in complex matters, diligent in seeking information, reasonable … Continue reading
This week I tried another web-based software AutoDraw and did some artwork. AutoDraw belongs to Google and is known for integrating artificial intelligence into digital drawings. It can guess users’ sketches and pair users’ drafts with prepared images drawn … Continue reading
Dr. Mike Ribble first defines digital citizenship as a concept that helps teachers understand what students should know to use technology appropriately. In other words, digital citizenship exists for school teaching and learning at that time. He then revises the definition: … Continue reading
This week I kept exploring the color wheel. The learning outcome is that I not only named 6 tertiary colors but also came up with a teaching PowerPoint for interested teachers. I will first talk about definitions of tertiary colors. … Continue reading