Category Archives: Classroom Reflections

The Post Cohort 21 Experience – 1 Year Later

As my colleague, Melissa, prepares to attend her last face-to-face, I am reminded of the transformation that I underwent this year thanks to Cohort 21. I have been eagerly following Melissa’s journey and it has been so affirming to have a … Continue reading

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Documentation and Design in SK

I have always enjoyed doing design projects in Kindergarten. My mentor during my teachers ed program, Carol Stephenson, amazed me by using design to challenge and stretch the thinking of young learners. Before my twitter chat with Cohort 21 after … Continue reading

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The Late Art of Typing

  How to introduce assistive technology if they don’t know how to assist themselves? I just had an interesting conversation with a colleague about introducing formal typing skills at the kindergarten level. Something I have definitely thought about, but haven’t … Continue reading

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