I’m really excited to be a part of this amazing collaborative project that is happening at Campbell Collegiate and that involves a number of Regina Public School students from Balfour, Scott and Martin. Two teachers at Campbell, Leia Laing and Naomi Fortier-Freçon, are trying to help their students understand what it means to be a … Continue reading →
As a parent myself, I understand many concern associated with the use of Facebook in second grade. Megan Johnson argued it well in her post : such as addictive behaviour associated with use of technology and social media, safety concern and child not being ready for the proper use of technology or not developed enough […]
Here I am back in my comfort zone, tapping away at a virtual keyboard. I even feel comfortable dictating with Siri. I will keep playing with the different pens. Sometimes I sketch out math algorithms for students as if it … Continue reading →
As the winter break has come to a close, the realization that there’s only 6 weeks or so left in the semester has been hitting a lot of university students pretty hard! There’s just over a month left of classes, … Continue reading →
I am thinking of trying the blog challenge from #saskedchat so I decided I better set up a blog at least. I’m Jacqueline Bruce and I teach Adult Upgrading at Onion Lake Cree Nation. This year I’ve been focusing on professional development through an online personal learning network (PLN). I tried a MOOC (massive open […]
He chuckled to himself after organizing his desk so carefully, then became self-conscious as I framed the picture.
Please feel free to leave some feedback in the comment section: The camera is a bit further back this time; this was a correction I needed to make, as suggest by Nadene via email correspondence who noted that “ASL requires … Continue reading →