Charged with the task of exploring one theme regarding the changing spaces of reading and writing, our group chose the common theme of losses and gains. These were apparent through most of the different readings posed and explored in … read more
Never sure how to find what exactly what you want when searching online? The following is a quick crash course on advanced Google Search skills I authored on the UBC Media Wiki. Enjoy!
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Experimenting with new software and web based services comes with the territory if you’re an EdTech professional. Timeline-based software is of particular interest in relation to case-based reasoning (CBR) and case-based learning (CBL) units. They offer tools to digitally … read more
“Discuss the likelihood of you using a tool such as Pinterest in your classroom. What motivation might you have to use a tool such as this?”
From an arts/design classroom perspective, Pinterest is actually a good tool for creatives. … read more
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