Assessment! (Again)

I will not apologize for creating another post about assessment.  This is surrounding the assessment done at the end of the unit.  So, for the first part of the assessment, I would want students to create a project (this is the assignment and rubric).  They would be in groups of two or three and pick one […]

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education is key, sometimes ignorance is bliss

Here is my summary of learning. I do not think it needs any sort of special introduction. I have never done slam poetry before and it was definitely  outside of my comfort zone; however, I am pleased with the end … Continue reading

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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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Smoke on The Water (Green Screen edition)

As I have promised, I created a video of me playing guitar with the Deep Purple’s Smoke on the Water live video. And I am going to explain my process of setting up this video.   I recorded myself playing guitar in front of my green screen studio (one corner of my office) using iPad.… Continue reading Smoke on The Water (Green Screen edition)

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Major Project

My major project was quite enjoyable. I was tasked with creating an online unit. Now it took me some time to figure out what exactly I wanted to teach, and every unit is different and some units would work better online than others so, I decided to search for a unit that would allow a […]

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