I can “speak!”

While I am still learning many different words in sign language, I am beginning to put words together in sentences which are really cool. When I watch Switched at Birth, I can pick up a few signs but I cannot always follow exactly what they say because they often sign fast. Here is a video… Continue reading I can “speak!”

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Digital Citizenship in my Classroom

As technology grows to be the leading topic in society today, I believe it is important to teach students how to use it not only for social reasons but as a tool that impacts the environment they are in and society as a whole. When I think about teaching digital citizenship, I immediately think of safety… Continue reading Digital Citizenship in my Classroom

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I’m so much cooler online

When you’re online, you can be anyone you want to be. Just ask Brad Paisley: Seriously though… digital identity is something that I have been very mindful of since graduation. I began with using high-security settings on social media but still having my leisure time public to my friend group. When I got into the… Continue reading I’m so much cooler online

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Making conversation.. learning along the way

This week I am on to challenge #2 for the ASL club on Facebook! Challenge #2 entails finger spelling 10 words– without posting the answers– and getting a chance to network with the other learners in the club through their guesses and answers. Next week I will post the answers in the comment section of… Continue reading Making conversation.. learning along the way

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Social Media PD via Twitter

This week I got to fully participate in #saskedchat on Twitter with my fellow collegues and tech teachers from around the world! Now, if you haven’t participated in saskedchat I highly recommend it, here’s why: Saskedchat is a professional development network via Twitter that takes place every Thursday at 8 p.m. Sask. time.  I found… Continue reading Social Media PD via Twitter

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