Getting Started with Google Classroom

Our ECI834 group has chosen to use Google Classroom as an LMS. It seems to be the most practical choice as many of us will have opportunities to use it now (or later) in our classrooms. I, for one, have not tested out Google Classroom before as I have taught grade 1 or 2 for […]

Getting Started with Google Classroom

Our ECI834 group has chosen to use Google Classroom as an LMS. It seems to be the most practical choice as many of us will have opportunities to use it now (or later) in our classrooms. I, for one, have not tested out Google Classroom before as I have taught grade 1 or 2 for […]

Unfollowing Idiots

Ok, I apologize for using the term idiots. I guess I just need a catchy title that will grab attention and then we can start dealing with the issue at hand- what to do with those people on Facebook who annoy the crap out of you because of what they post!   Meet Jon. Jon is […]

Professional Bias in ECE

I drew this tree as a depiction of my response to the readings this week,“An early childhood professional’s authority” in Re-situating Canadian Early Childhood Education and “Authoring professional identities: Immigrant and refugee women’s experiences in an early childhood teacher education program.” The tree represents knowledge gained by the formal teaching of ECE. This tree is quite […]

An Online Genius Hour Unit

I am excited to be working with Jen Huber, Jorie Gilroy, Kyle Dumont, Adam Krammer, and Lorraine Wagner on creating a Genius Hour unit/class online! Not only do we have a super sized group- we have a super awesome group. 😉 There is a lot of teaching expertise among these 5 teachers and I’m looking […]

A Spiritual Journey to Reconciliation

Before you begin reading, know that this is not a blog post. It is a final paper that has been cut and pasted into a blog post. It is my attempt at answering all of the questions I previously asked in past blog posts from my Ed890 class. It is written for a professor, and […]

Re-situating Early Childhood Education

I read Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw and Larry Prochner’s Introduction to Re-Situating Early Childhood Education. I love that they are taking a critical look at how early childhood is done in Canada. A couple years ago, I would have never thought there was a reason to do early childhood differently, but since starting my masters, I have […]