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Ms. Kranenberg's Blog

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Grade 2 teacher and co-learner Jennifer Kranenberg introduces technology into her classroom with the use of QR (quick response) codes.

 

Here's a link to Jennifer Kranenberg's Blog: Ms Kranenburg's Grade 2/3 Class | Grade 2 Teacher and Co-Learner in Southwestern Ontario

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Mr. Washburn

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

Mr. Washburn

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Mr. Washburn encourages his Grade 8 students to become digital creators as they design their own video game from scratch.

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Connecting to Learn

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

Connecting to Learn

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Julie A.C. Balen teaches and learns with teenagers.

Living Avivaloca: My Many Musings on Life and Learning

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Grade 5 teacher Aviva Dunsiger blogs about issues related to both teaching and technology.

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Upright and Moving

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

Upright and Moving

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A special education resource teacher with the Bruce Grey Catholic District School Board, Leslie Boerkamp blogs about apps and digital learning.

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Teach Talk

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

Teach Talk

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Paul McGuire embraces maker culture in the classroom where he merges technology with pedagogy to create change.

Tech Tidbits for Teachers

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Technology resource/primary planning teacher Stacey Manzerolle offers weekly technology tips and tricks to help incorporate technology into lesson plans.

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Gamification

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

Gamification

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Hamilton elementary teacher Adele Stanfied believes in the power of technology and game-based learning to enhance learning in the classroom.

Personalized Learning

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Sudbury teacher Jaclyn Calder embraces BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) to encourage her students to get involved as digital citizens and choose their own learning  tools.

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Hack the Classroom

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

Hack the Classroom

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Introducing the fun and playful approach of hacking and maker culture to the classroom, London teacher Michelle Cordy embraces innovative learning and transformation.

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The TLLP Experience

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

The TLLP Experience

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Literacy teacher Carrie Percy blogs about her experience as she studies math through the Ontario Teacher Learning and Leadership Program (TLLP).

Inquiry-Based Learning

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Elementary teachers and co-bloggers Louise Robitaille and Peter Douglas facilitate student-directed learning as they help to create knowledge together.

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Pipe Dreams

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

Pipe Dreams

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Hamilton-based elementary teacher Zoe Branigan-Pipe uses 21st century learning models and technology to encourage co-learning and meet the needs of a wide variety of learners.

 

Here is the link to Zoe Branigan-Pipe's blog: PIPEDREAMS -

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Tap into Teen Minds

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

Tap into Teen Minds

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Kyle Pearce is a secondary math teacher and math coach with the Greater Essex County District School Board who experiments with iPads in the classroom.

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New Fluencies

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

New Fluencies

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Waterloo Catholic District School Board teacher Rolland Chidiac embraces technology to help prepare students for their dynamic and ever-changing world.

21 Century Classroom: The Amaryllis

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A middle school teacher in Hamilton, Heidi Siwak challenges the boundaries of learning and blogs about her classroom explorations in integrative and design thinking.

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Northern Art Teacher

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

Northern Art Teacher

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Colleen Rose is a visual arts teacher based in northwestern Ontario who asks: If I was a student in my class, what would I need?

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The Rodcast

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

The Rodcast

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Veteran teacher Rod Murray muses on educational technology as he chronicles his own learning journey with blogs and videos.

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BYOD, ASAP

Posted by nikki.luscombe 9-Jun-2014

BYOD, ASAP

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A former astrophysicist turned secondary school teacher, Heather Theijsmeijer chronicles her experiences as she embraces the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend in the classroom.

Confessions of a Sparkplug

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Lisa Noble teaches grades 7 and 8 in Peterborough where she writes about reflections on what’s happening in her classroom and in technology, and, “letting the sparks fly.”