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Finished the video artifacts for one of my goals for this year, embedded an overview below. Learnt a lot during this exploration and am planning on creating iBooks for my tech classes next year.

Goal:to explore and use tools that help with differentiation in my Math Eight class.

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Sharing, TTT’s and 2007

On May 16, 2014 By

As I listened about the impact that tools like GApps, Diigo and Scratch had for the different presenters on our PD afternoon this week I thought back and became a bit reflective as I considered where I have been and the impact of sharing.

2007 was an interesting year for me

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Lucidpress Embed

On January 23, 2014 By

Trying out Lucidpress embed. Interesting tool. Collaborative publication of student projects? Also portfolios. Need to add real content and play a bit more with this one.

A private post that I made and forgot about a while back. After seeing a tweet I thought I would try to do what I mention I need to [...]

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Badge Exploration Part Two

On December 12, 2013 By

Reworked everything and the BadgeOS based blog is close enough to use. Although this  is WordPress it’s not really a blog but a tracking system. Like the stars on grid paper I remember my grade seven teacher using more years ago than I care to share! In those days [...]

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Saw An Eportfolio Tweet

On November 17, 2013 By

Was trying to understand why I could not access twitter on my iPad unless I used a VPN. Wonder if something is going on locally? I read a tweet that lead me to a presentation on an Eportfolio implementation. Wondered how relevant the brainstorming mind map I made back in 2010 would be today.


Still [...]

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Back in the Saddle Again

On August 5, 2013 By

Yes it’s that time of the year again when the rested cowboys are heading back to their home away from home and switching their mindsets from one of fixing windows, decks and docks and looking at planning, assessment, evaluation and much much more.

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Dragon Blogs

On May 19, 2012 By

A little less than a semester on our blogs and over 5000 posts. Over 3000 graphics, embedded presentations, video and more. Three portfolio trials by three different teachers (in the past it has been just me.) A group of twenty teachers learning about portfolio creation over a series of PD sessions. We are getting there [...]

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