Teaching philosophy: under construction
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Was initially slightly intimidated by this activity but I ended up appreciating the outside-of-the-box thinking
What’s in it for you is the reason you’re in the field
Reminder that practice makes perfect (or at least the ability to do an assessment blindfolded, standing on one foot while blowing bubbles)
The faculty who is supervising my Ontario Extend activities confirmed that it’s okay to get creative and revise accordingly. What a relief! I did not finish my Cornell notes but still made good use of the extend activity.
For an example of how to take Cornell notes, I watched a YouTube video on Cornell notes, How to take Cornell notes by Jennifer DesRochers. I found this method of note taking very interesting. The high level concepts and topics on the left side of the page, and the lower level detailed notes on the right provide different… Read more »
This is the concept map for my upcoming Advanced Excel course. I worked on what the content would be and did thematic analysis several times to find what subjects would be most appropriate and how the content should be delivered. Part of this process is outlining what basic ideas should be taught in each module,… Read more »
Students should recognize that you need the right tool or tools for the job, and know when to ask for help.
I’ve worked in the field of mental health and addictions for 10+ years but I’m not the expert. The client is. I’ll attempt to explain with the use of a search engine analogy. . .
I checked my previous work on the Large Coffee with Four Creams blog as I had made some categories and used some tags. The Web address shared for this activity links to blog posts with the tag “risktaking” so that you can get a sense of how this works on my site. For the categories,… Read more »