Reflections of a Prairie Teacher

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Setting Up Communication: Rationale

RATIONALE POST:   Both in our own experience, and in dialogue with colleagues, we uncovered various ways educators log, store, sort…

Praxis in Curricular Interpretation

When first tasked with creating a metaphor for curriculum, I was able to construct a science-leaning metaphor that speaks to…

Communication for Home Engagement: A Small Literature Review

Focus on parental engagement as a means of improving student achievement has been studied extensively over decades (Boonk et al.,…

Establishing Lines of Communication: Rationale

My evaluation methods for selection was guided by this post by our instructor. Most of the considerations in evaluation are…

Digital Accessibilility

We had a cohort guest – Kim Ashbourne speak on web accessibility.  This was an interesting one, as it obviously…

A New Curriculum for Digitalized Constructivism

If not for this master’s program I may not have ever had the epistemological language to describe my teaching philosophy…

Managing the Messy Part II

This is a titled response to the first blog (Managing the Messy Part) my professor posted for this new course…

Assignment 1: Metaphor of Curriculum

I see curriculum as the night sky, or more specifically, looking at the night sky. Both the “what” and “how”…

What is Curriculum?

What is Curriculum?  A metaphor I see curriculum as the night sky, or more specifically, looking at the night sky….

blog Week 7

Learning Design/Design Learning Here is a list of the BIG IDEAS covered in my blog: Do adults expect a different…

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