Next week, I will be attending the WestCAST (Western Canadian Association for Student Teaching) 2012 conference being hosted by the University of Calgary. I attended the conference last year when it was in Brandon, Manitoba and shared a session called “Google 2.0 – More Than a Search Engine” and met many other student teachers from […]
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I made this video for my EPS 350 class this semester. Instead of writing a final reflective paper, we created mini documentaries to show our growth over the semester. The video is just under fourteen and a half minutes long and can be viewed by clicking play below or here. I used iMovie ’09 and […]
This semester has brought about a lot discussion around assessment among my classmates. This is what I have found: As university students, we don’t care about learning. We care about getting a good enough grade to move on. It wasn’t until my class Skyped with Joe Bower that I began to realize this. Joe challenged […]
To kick off our Winter 2011 semester we attended a conference covering many different education topics. For one session I chose to attend a presentation about physical education assessment, mostly since I know nothing about physical education and thought that perhaps I could get some ideas that could translate well over into math and the […]
A few weeks ago, I finished up my finals for the year. Luckily, I only had to write two finals because all of my education classes had final projects instead. This meant I had a great deal of extra time to prepare for my two difficult math finals. I’m used to having to […]