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).
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.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the ConnectEd 2017 conference this week, and certainly enjoyable to see so many wonderful people in my PLN face to face for conversations.
A personal highlight included the opportunity to present two different sessions with Jamie Reaburn Weir. In this post, I am sharing the resources we prepared for this Dell sponsored session which focused on setting a context for tackling barriers for change.
Note: This video was prepared from the Livestream archive.
I enjoyed a wonderful opportunity to participate in and present at the inaugural Learn By Design conference hosted at the International School of Brussels. This was a wonderful experience and I enjoyed meeting so many fantastic educators and students.
I want to take a moment to introduce two new friends, Peter (centre) and Fred (left), who are undertaking an interesting project to provide real help to dogs with disabilities.
As part of the recent WRDSB Digital Learning Symposium, teachers presented 20 minute sessions as part of the breakout offerings.
I was fortunate to attend Tania Bumstead’s presentation where she shared her experiences and insights on the journey of turning her classroom into a connected learning space. In the presentation Tania highlights the value of an online personal learning network (PLN) through twitter, collaborative work for students, taking risks and valuing new approaches.