Monthly Archives: September 2015

Day 9 (of 183) guess the subject

Day 9 (of 183) guess the subject This weekend my daughter came home with a 161 mark task: taking notes / answering questions from a textbook. Questions will be generated from a summary created from this task ( which will … Continue reading

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Day 8 (of 183) on video games with thanks to @willrich45

Day 8 (of 183) on video games    Tonight I jumped into a Twitter conversation when someone said they can’t find value in video games when it comes to learning.  I can’t help but disagree. “Back in the day” Pac … Continue reading

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Day 7 (of 183) the contrast of wait/think time & upgrade times – with thanks to @mrvaudrey

Day 7 (of 183) the contrast of wait/think time & upgrade times – with thanks to @mrvaudrey​ I was very excited to see that on Twitter Matt Vaudrey was preparing for a #20time blitz “tomorrow” with some neat parameters: 3 … Continue reading

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Day 6 (of 183) A Question About Anxiety in Education

Day 6 (of 183) A Question About Anxiety in Education As I continue to ‘explore’ the methodology and setup and continuation of a “blog-each-day-of-learning-challenge”, I am going to try to pose a weekly rhetorical-ish question. Answers are of course greatly … Continue reading

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Day 5 (of 183) a case of the Mondays (With thanks to @adriennegear )

Day 5 (of 183) a case of the Mondays  But not the officespace kind….! Still a classic movie! The good kind! The “it’s my first Monday in a long time that I get to be a librarian!” kind! It felt … Continue reading

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Day 4 (of 183) on competitions (trophies vs blue ribbons vs participation) thanks @chriswejr & @bedleybros & @ls_karl 

Day 4 (of 183) on competitions (trophies vs blue ribbons vs participation) This summer ‘competioton’ came to attention via NFLer James Harrison returning some awards that his kids got but in his opinion did not earn http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/13447657/james-harrison-pittsburgh-steelers-takes-away-kids-participation-trophies-says-awards-earned BC principal and … Continue reading

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Day 3 (of 183) on movement & unstructured play w thanks to @meganblackEHS & @valeriestrauss

Day 3 (of 183) on movement & unstructured play I don’t mind admitting that I am a supporter of serendipity – sometimes we see patterns for a reason: That’s how I started eportfolios instead of report cards (https://technolandy.wordpress.com/eportfolios/ ) with … Continue reading

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