Monthly Archives: March 2016

Coderdojo

I am intrigued by this site that promotes coding. Coder Dojo offers coding to kids and parents once a month.    This is done  through volunteers — people with knowledge of coding and are willing to share their time.  I have to be … Continue reading

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Where have all the books gone?

I have loved books since before I could read. I love reading them, becoming friends with the characters, learning about things outside of my world, and just collecting them for my bookshelf. Becoming a teacher librarian in 2001 was not … Continue reading

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Mt Everest, Skype and SE2R

I was asked to plan a series of lessons for a Science 9 Applied class using the curriculum expectation  B3.5  which states “identify some factors related to human activity that have an impact on ecosystems.” I did an internet search … Continue reading

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DASH FEST 2015

When I was at the BringItTogether conference in November, I purchased Dash, a fun robot targeted for elementary schools. Now I teach in a secondary school so why did I buy a product for younger students? Well, some of my … Continue reading

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