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Elizabeth Christophy

Interactive Whiteboard Challenge 5 - Containers | Adventures in Chemistryland - 0 views

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    My post on Challenge 5 of the Interactive Whiteboard Challenge.
Martha Grondin

Whiteboard Challenge Week 2 | Artful, Tuneful, Beatful - 0 views

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    The second challenge in the Whiteboard challenge is about using cloning. I create a three-page SMART Notebook to help students learn the simple song Bernie
brette lockyer

WHITEBOARD CHALLENGE 1 | Brette's Blog - 0 views

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    Whiteboard Challenge 1: Adding sound files I struggled to find a worthwhile task for this Challenge that fitted in with what was going on in my Grade 4
Elizabeth Christophy

Interactive Whiteboard Challenge 6 | Adventures in Chemistryland - 0 views

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    My blog post about Challenge 6 in the Interactive Whiteboard Challenge.
Lori Reed

IWB Challenge 1 - 0 views

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    My blog post about successfully completing the first challenge for the whiteboard challenge diigo group. http://thoughtsfromthird.blogspot.com/
Heather Hurley

Technology Stoup » Whiteboard Challenge #2 - 0 views

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    Whiteboard Challenge #2 - Infinite Cloning for Morning Routines
Nigel Coutts

Confronting the fear and challenge of a new curriculum - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    Our learners will never now a world where Digital Technologies are not the norm. Using solutions developed within this space and with this mindset is already their normal. Unless they are to be slaves to this technology we must also empower them to be creators of digital solutions. To do this we must begin with recognising the challenges that a curriculum built around mastery of Digital Technologies brings to our teachers and seek to understand the supports they require.
Nigel Coutts

Mathematical thinking presents teachers and students with new challenges - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    The shift away from teaching for the rote memorisation of prescribed methods requires teachers to rethink their approach to the discipline. With this new pedagogy comes a need to understand the processes of mathematical thinking in ways not previously required. When we require our students to be able to reason and problem-solve through unique challenges we also require our teachers to have an understanding of the mathematical moves that their learners are likely to call upon.
Jess McCulloch

The Kids Voices Are Loud And Clear | The IWB Challenge Blog - 33 views

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    Check out what Jeff Jackson and his kids did to complete the transparency challenge.
Elizabeth Christophy

White Board Challenge Week 2: Infinite Cloner | Adventures in Chemistryland - 0 views

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    Here is my post on Week 2 of the IWB Challenge.
Martha Grondin

Whiteboard Challenge Week 1 | Artful, Tuneful, Beatful - 0 views

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    Because one of my goals this year is to use the Interactive Whiteboard more often I am taking part in the Whiteboard Challenge. If you have not heard about it
Elizabeth Christophy

Interactive Whiteboard Challenge Week 4: Voicethread | Adventures in Chemistryland - 0 views

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    This is my post for the Interactive Whiteboard Challenge Week 4 about Voicethread.
Martha Grondin

IWB Challenge Week 3 (transparency) | Artful, Tuneful, Beatful - 0 views

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    I put off the IWB week 3 challenge for awhile first of all because I had a lot going on and second of all because I didn't know how to do transparency and I
Elizabeth Christophy

Whiteboard Challenge Week 3: Transparency | Adventures in Chemistryland - 0 views

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    Whiteboard Challege Week 3: Transparency
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    Here is my post for Whiteboard Challenge Week 3: Using Transparency
Nigel Coutts

Letting how we choose to learn inform our teaching - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    Think of a time when you were completely immersed in a learning challenge. A time when you became aware of the need to master a new skill or concept. A situation that took you outside of your comfort zone, when there were times that you became frustrated, when you thought of quitting, downed tools and walked away, but came back time and time again. Maybe it was a problem you had to solve. Maybe it was a challenge you wanted to overcome.
Nigel Coutts

The challenge of educating for unknown unknowns - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    It is almost precisely eighteen years since Donald Rumsfeld uttered his now well-regarded commentary on the danger of "unknown unknowns". At the time his remarks brought more confusion than clarity and reinforced for many a belief that politicians use words to conceal the truth. Somehow though, Donald's words from 2002 seem to fit the world of today, and the challenges confronting educators all too well.
Brenda Muench

WhiteBoard Challenge Week 1 | DiscomBLOGulated! - 0 views

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    Challenge Week 1 - Brenda Muench
Nigel Coutts

How might we confront the challenges of time and "the system"? - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    Two forces seem to present the most significant obstacle to educators hoping to achieve these illustrious goals for and with their learners. The first is time, the second is "the system". Together these two factors act as a bulwark to change; the constraints within which progress is able to occur but only to the point that it strikes against the seemingly immutable obstacles. 
Nigel Coutts

The challenge and promise of learning organisations - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    There is a great deal that I like about this description of humanity at its best from Ryan & Deci. It is both a goal to be achieved and an indicator of conditions which are required for us to fulfil our potential. While the focus of this statement is on the actions of the individual we can see how society might act to deny individuals the opportunities to lead such an inspired and agentic life. I like to imagine what a school might be like if every individual who plays a part in its functioning strove to extend themselves, master new skills and apply their talents responsibly.  Maybe schools would be like the 'learning organisations' described by Peter Senge. 
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