All posts by markwcarbone

I have 34 years experience in K-12 education. I have been fortunate to work in many different roles including teacher, department head, ICT consultant, IT Manager and now as my Board's CIO. Personal interests include performing in my woodwind quintet, the Venturi Winds, composing and arranging music. Connect, Learn, Reflect & Share - make a difference today!

un musée virtuel

In this post, I am pleased to share the work of Mme Rosemary Berndt and her grade nine French classes.  This year they pushed their approach to un musée virtuel” to a  new multi media and collaborative approach in making their learning visible.  It was a pleasure to work with Mme Berndt and her students in providing support to the project.

This audio clip by Mmd Berndt provides a project overview and professional reflection.  (Note: this is also included in the video introduction).

Video (overview and student work)

~Mark

Student Voice: WRDSB TED-ED Clubs Online

The  WRDSB Ted-Ed clubs presentation archive from  June 7, 2017 at Vista Hills Public School in Waterloo, Ontario is now online.

Enjoy these “ideas worth spreading” !!!  #studentvoice 

A special thanks to organizers Megan Lowe,  Tania Bumstead and Elke Baumgartner, Andrew Bieronski and also Stephen Hurley for his support to broadcast the live event on  on  VoicEd Radio .

~Mark

Student Voice: WRDSB TED-Ed Club Live

WRDSB Ted-Ed clubs is excited to host the very first live TED-Ed clubs event, featuring great talks by students in grades 3-8 on June 7, 2017 from 12:30 – 2 pm at Vista Hills Public School in Waterloo, Ontario. Learn more about the  event.

The event will be live streamed on YouTube

and broadcast on  VoicEd Radio 

~Mark

Scaling EDU Change – final update

This post is an update to an earlier post:  Scaling Edu Change, with resources 18 through 25 being new since the previous post.

innovative-change

  1. Student Produced Learning Objects
  2. Project Greenlight 
  3. Leveraging Technology for Inquiry Based Learning
  4. Deepening Mathematics Understanding with Coding
  5. STEM in a Globally Connected Classroom 
  6. Digital Work Flow  
  7. Student Writing With Storybird 
  8. Helping Little Brown Bats 
  9. Tangling With Triangulation 
  10. Improving Collaboration For Learning
  11. Learning Through Hyper Docs
  12. Deepening Math Learning
  13. 20% Time Project
  14. Coding in the Elementary Curriculum
  15. The Journey to Classroom Learning Communities
  16. Technology Tools for Teachers
  17. A Perspective on Inquiry Based Learning
  18. Growth Mindset Through the Dance & Drama Learning Cycle
  19. Inspiring Learning with TED Ed Clubs
  20. Genius Hour
  21. Google Apps in the Primary Classroom
  22. Pixel Art with Spreadsheets
  23. Flipping Out in Math
  24. A Problem Driven Approach to Learning
  25. Teaching-Coding-Swiftly

I have enjoyed being involved in this project.

Tacheles stairs, Berlin

Join in!!!.   How will you participate in open learning by scaling up?

~Mark
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Note:  Creative Commons image by Flickr user Paolo Margari

Reflecting on Learning with Hyperdocs

Alison Bullock  and I had planned to record a reflection on Learning with Hyperdocs this month.  We decided to capitalize on the amazing Banff scenery while attending the CNIE2017 conference, to record the reflection.

~Mark

CNIE 2017 Presentation Resource

I enjoyed the opportunity to present  The Art of Teaching in a Fast-Changing World  yesterday with  Alison Bullock  at the CNIE 2017 conference in Banff.   Our session resources are included in this post.

Video of Presentation:

~Mark

CNIE 2017 Live

I am looking forward to co-presenting The Art of Teaching in a Fast-Changing World at the CNIE conference on Wednesday May 17th at 2:00 (MDT) / 4:00 (EDT)  with  Alison Bullock

We are planning to live stream our session.  Join us virtually in Banff at:

YouTube Live Stream 

OR

Livestream.com  (free account needed)

~Mark