The Tyler Rationale Response

Respond in your blog to the following writing prompt: Curriculum development from a traditionalist perspective is widely used across schools in Canada and other countries. Can you think about: (a) The ways in which you may have experience the Tyler rationale in your own schooling? (b) What are the major limitations of the Tyler rationale? […]

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“Common Sense” Response

For my first post for my ECS 210 class, I was tasked with reading article from an American teachers perspective of what “common sense” means and implied not only in American schools, but experience this teacher had overseas in Nepal, where the school system is vastly different then what us as Canadians and the schools […]

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One Post to Organize it all!

Now, it is done. I have officially finished my online unit and wow what a whirlwind that was! I am so happy with the work I’ve done in trying to create an inquiry-based classroom online. I do not like lectures or notes one bit, and for Workplace I think I need to focus more on […]

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Yousician guitar lesson progress

I have talked about some positives of using Yousician in the past, and I want to add a couple more things I learned about this app. E-mail progress report: it will provide you a snapshot of your progress. As you can see, I have been working on my fretting positions. 2. Weekly Challenge: it was 2… Continue reading Yousician guitar lesson progress

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That’s it, that’s all!

My final project came straight from the textbook. I took one look and knew that was exactly what I needed to wrap up my unit.   Overview Metalworkers, seamstresses, carpenters, and many other tradespeople use diagrams to design or build things. Your project is to draw instructional diagrams that show how to assemble an object. […]

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