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On Page 166 Jennifer extends upon Kevin Honeycutt’s analogy of a ‘digital playground’. How does this analogy work for you? Can you build upon this ‘playground’ or provide examples from your own experience or teaching practice? Using Social Media for Good: How do educators or students exemplify digital leadership by using social media for good?… (Show more)
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Type d’apprentissage professionnel Leadership en mathématiques Résultats d’apprentissage escomptés Durant le webinaire pré institut, les participants identifieront leurs attentes, leurs besoins en matière de leadership, d’enseignement et d’apprentissage des mathématiques. Participants suggérés Directions et directions adjointes des écoles…
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Type d’apprentissage professionnel Leadership en mathématiques Résultats d’apprentissage escomptés Durant le webinaire pré institut, les participants identifieront leurs attentes, leurs besoins en matière de leadership, d’enseignement et d’apprentissage des mathématiques. Participants suggérés Directions et directions adjointes des écoles…
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Please take a little time to reflect on your time with Social Leadia. You may be pondering Jennifer’s call to move from digital citizenship to digital leadership. You may have been inspired by the many students or teachers Jennifer has featured. You may feel empowered to view social media as another important way you can impact individual student… (Show more)
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Wishing you a holiday season filled with warmth and togetherness.   From all of us at TVO
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Type d’apprentissage professionnel Activité externe Résultats d’apprentissage escomptés   Thèmes à venir   Participants suggérés Direction de service EED Direction de service pédagogique Surintendants En personne ou virtuel En personne Événements répétés Sélectionnez un élément. Provincial et régional Provincial Personne‑ressource…
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To create an environment for feedback, McCallum emphasizes creating classroom culture. What are some ways you build a culture of trust in your classroom so learning can “get messy”?
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On page 13 McCallum adapts the Top Ten points of good feedback and suggests that students receiving feedback only in the context of assessment needs to change. Comment. (Adapted from The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, 2009)
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Comment on any ideas that emerge for you based on her above distinctions laid out in chart form.
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