@ontarioextend #oextWEST A. Teaching for Learning: I feel that writing clear, specific, and measurable objectives is a critical skill for marketing/business students, if not all students. SMART Objectives Using the SMART approach (SMART = Specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time bound. Video: https://youtu.be/1-SvuFIQjK8 ) helps students to identify what it is that they want to achieve, with… Read more »
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This is an introductory activity designed to engage teacher candidates in their professional year to examine the power and potential of selfies in the classroom. The course is Critical Digital Literacy so the discussion around the use and sharing of selfies becomes the springboard for deeper thinking about digital presence.
In the Fall I will be teaching a course I have never taught before. When this activity came up, I thought it would be a good idea to map Math1020 so that I could get an understanding of the topics I will be teaching.
So I had a hard time deciding how to look into the future and see what the world would look like with me in it. Maybe because I don’t see MY world changing – the things that make me happy, my thoughts on education and learning. The tools will change. Technology will change. Students will… Read more »
One of the things I have been meaning to do with my blog is to license it with a Creative Commons ShareAlike attribute and when I went to add it to my WordPress site I realized that it was a bit more difficult than I anticipated. It includes a series of animated gif screenshots that I took using Gyazo (a… Read more »
In an anatomy class, I would pass out a few bones to each student and have them work together to try to reconstruct the general skeleton. They would need to communicate with each other and work as a team to complete the task. From there we could move into introductions of each member of the… Read more »
Have students share a tweet about what got them interested in massage therapy. Using the #LambtonMT
At the beginning of Tutor Training, I ask my student-tutors to tell us about something they are fabulously good at that is not school related. Then, when everyone is done, I ask my student-tutors to think about: Were you born fabulously good at this? If not, how did you get fabulously good? Who or what… Read more »
Children’s literature. What children’s book best mirror’s your life? What character in a children’s book is most like you?
When doing an introduction to copyright, I might start by showing the group a collection of objects or images or a list of concepts (a novel, a photograph, a mathematical formula, a toy), and ask them which they feel would be covered by copyright, and why they chose what they did. Using their answers to begin… Read more »