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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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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The End of the Line…For Now

What a season, what a season. If I were in person for this blog, I’d probably applaud myself and cheer rather pathetically, as is my style. This blog post is designed to be your one-stop shop for all of my learning project posts in case you ever need to lose a few hours to me … Continue reading

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Time to Review by Learning Something New!

So I had long decided that I wanted to do scale last, something that I know a lot of teachers will kick up a fuss about. If I was teaching this in class, I probably would end up teaching this as my students require it. For now, I wanted to teach scale last as a […]

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Assignment – Let’s do the Opposite

In previous assignments, I had assigned multiple tasks. What this resulted in was a massive dump of marks. I don’t like that because it’s difficult to pinpoint what my students were doing wrong. So, as I went along in this unit, I started splitting more and more things. That way, if I were to use […]

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Exploded Diagrams – A Real Who’s Who

I keep ploughing away here at my final project. The next thing I needed to focus on was making sure my students could identify what objects were made of. That is, what made the object what it is. Nope, that is not it… I needed to make sure my students could look at a table […]

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