Important Notes for Drafting: Keep all work even if it isn’t your best so you have writing to revise and edit when it is time. Write more about about less. “Don’t write that the “Holocaust was inhuman”; describe a “mountain of children”s shoes. Don’t write about how messy your brother is; tell the reader h […]Read more "Chapter 2- Setting the Stage"
Following are six traits that compose writing and form a writing guide for all: Ideas: the main message or lesson that a write is trying to convey to their audience. Organization: how a piece of writing is laid out to guide readers through their story. Voice: the tone the writer is trying to convey to […]Read more "Chapter 1- The Six Traits of Writing"
Today I spend some time drawing this image based off the picture below. I found the photo on Pinterest while searching for drawing inspiration. As you can see in the drawing on the right (mine) I did not plan how big my drawing was going to be while starting and ran out of room for […]Read more "Passion Project-1"
This term in EDCI 336 I am eager to learn how to use various technological tools to organize resources, expand my network and how to integrate technology into my future classrooms. I am looking into finding a professional looking website to organize online resources I have collected from professors over the last year in the […]Read more "Personal Learning Goals in EDCI 336"
Choose five adjectives that students would choose to reflect yourself: Compassionate, Funny, Appreciative, Trustworthy Reflect on the strengths you possess and believe will be a major asset for you as a teacher: Going into my first year of teaching during my practicum in Victoria I am excited to spend time with students to find out […]Read more "Teaching Strengths Reflection"
Cambourne’s Seven Conditions of Learning: CAMBOURNE_S_SEVEN_CONDITIONS_OF_LEARNING 1) Immersion- students should be fully immersed in a subject while studying the topic. This includes all senses such as sights, sounds and content. 2)Demonstration- teachers should provided concrete demonstrations in which students should be able to complete the demonstration as well. 3)Expectations- teachers lay out clear expectations of […]Read more "Conditions of Learning and Release of Responsibility"