“Find a passion and learn how to do it!” (Eva Brown) This assignment put me into a panic! I need time to think about something so important! I had a few ideas of things I was slightly interested in that I could try – knitting, crocheting, painting, cake decorating, or making lotion. I was wishing… Continue reading Inquiry Project – You’re Stressing Me Out!
Documentation? NO THANKS! In our early childhood education classes, we encourage the students to document the children’s day/learning for parents. This is very time consuming as you have to take pictures of the children, wait for them to be developed or printed off, and then displayed on a bulletin or poster board for parents. The… Continue reading Digital Storytelling
When I first started my career as an instructor, I remember my boss giving me a folder of information about “flipped learning”. I remember this clearly, because it sounded like a cool concept. I also remember filing it away, because as a new instructor, I felt like I should focus on the basics of teaching… Continue reading Flipped Learning
Check out the link Student-Centered Learning and Teaching This article reflects the way I teach and want to continue to teach my current students. What interested me as I read it was that the factors I use in my classroom are also ones that I encourage my students to use with the children in their care.… Continue reading Student-Centred Approach