Ready, Set, Collaborate

Connections This week’s readings and resources were (as always) timely and relevant to the work I’m currently doing with students and teachers. As I settle into my new role and school, I find myself...

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Time for a Change?

Life Changes Since the completion of Course 2, it seems like my life has done nothing but change. I have relocated from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to Guangzhou, China and while the big...

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Course 2 Final Project

THE END IS THE BEGINNING It doesn’t seem possible that Course 2 is coming to an end already, or summer is right around the corner, but here we are. Truth be told, I was...

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Leading by Example

This week’s post has been one of the hardest for me, but not for the reasons you may think. I have plenty to say about the weekly reading and video content. There is a...

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Stranger Than Fiction

In today’s media-saturated world, it can be a difficult task to distinguish between fact and fiction. Even harder still is the task of teaching younger, less experienced people to sift, sort, scrutinize and share...

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Balancing Act

This week’s content was dense and gave me a lot to ponder, digest and reflect upon. It was the kind of information that your mind keeps coming back to throughout the weeks when something...

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Kids These Days

If you ever want to feel old, all you really have to do is talk to some 10-year olds about what they get up to on social media. This week’s topic is fascinating to...

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Becoming Part of the Remix Culture

Exploring this week’s content and resources made it painfully clear how little I know about Copyright and the proper use of other’s work, especially when it comes to digital media. This is particularly concerning...

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Bringing it all Together

It’s hard to believe we have reached the end of course 1, and even harder to believe that there’s less than 3 months until the end of another school year. I know that it...

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Evolution of Learning Theories

I have to admit it’s been a long time since I’ve explored educational research on the level that I have since beginning my COETAIL journey. It’s bringing back memories from graduate school and working...

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