Cultivate a PLN full of marigolds — educators that will protect you from weeds and pests, and ensure you grow into a healthy and strong educator yourself.
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The Hub Team collaborated to execute an intense 6 week professional development blitz during the May/June period just a few months after it’s new physical space opened. With over 400 registrations, I’d consider the collaborative project to be a success!
This is a rehash of my post on negotiated grading, but perhaps I’ll get into more of the idea behind it and less focused on the technical aspects of how it works in the class. I think there is an issue with feedback. I had papers that I put a huge amount of work into,… Read more »
I can imagine that you read the title, and are wondering, as I was, what exactly a SoTL is. Well, it seems you have come to the right place, as SoTL stands for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. I think this is a great activity because while I know alot about the subjects I teach, I… Read more »
Digital literacy is something I struggle with as a teacher. I try to make things interesting by using multiple platforms for learning, however, going back to the power point/lecture style is always a comfortable way for me to teach my students. I am trying to incorporate new ways of learning in each of my classes… Read more »
My Teaching Philosophy! The more hands on the better!!!
Ontario Extend: Nugget from the Patch Twenty-Four: It’s Not (So) Scary to Walk the Walk ‘I need to learn what resources and skills I need to create an effective and accessible assignment. And I need patience, as demonstrated by the suspicion that I see multiple “takes” in my future as I learn how to develop… Read more »
I would ask my chemistry students: Which famous scientist would you like to invite for dinner and why?
Completing scientific (chemical) experiments is like driving a car. Knowing which instruments to use, which formulas to apply (and when) will help navigate you in the correct direction.