Autism Spectrum Disorder teacher resource If you have limited experience with students who have Autism Spectrum Disorder, this resource package may be useful. The package includes perspectives of school from an individual who has ASD. As well as a variety of aps and tools that can be used in the classroom.
USC3.2 Arts Inquiry Unit This is a unit plan created for grade 3 students. Through exploring art, students will be able to understand their inner self and how art is able to nurture their inner self.
For those who are interested in Phy. Ed. Here is a lesson plan I created for my EPE 300 class. This lesson focused on outcomes and indicators PE3.6 A, D, E, and M. individual lesson planMWoodard
I thought it might be useful to showcase my teaching style on my blog! Here are the lessons I created for my pre-internship in a grade 3 community school. I learned throughout my unit that the students did not have a good grasp on the friction curriculum found in grade 2. I added in more … Continue reading ME 3.1 Unit plan
Hello all those who have the great pleasure of looking at my blog! Thank you for reading!!! Give me a follow and a comment if you like (or hate) my writing! For this post I had the opportunity to team up with my good friend Andrea Bregg. I'm not sure how long I've known Andrea. Since … Continue reading I am a Digital Detective
Hello Bloggers! It's your digital queen Miss Megan, coming at you with another blog post! When I heard that Alec Couros would be joining our class I was excited because I had heard him speak before in my first year of university. Although I only realized that I had met him before when he started … Continue reading Baby I was born this way… Born Digital
Hello to all my wonderful bloggers! I am so sorry I haven't been consistent with my blog posts for the past couple of weeks. I'm finally at a place where I feel comfortable with sharing my thoughts and feelings with all of you. In May we had a tragic loss in my family. My uncle Kurt passed away … Continue reading Not Your Typical Blog Post
Now that I know the parts of the guitar before I can start playing I need to learn how to tune a guitar. In my last post I learned that the tuning pegs can be found at the head of the guitar. In order to tune a guitar, you need to turn the pegs to … Continue reading Getting in Tune
The app that I chose to review is GoNoodle.com. I used a few of their videos during my pre-internship but I wouldn't say this is something I am fully familiar with. My co-operative teacher liked using it a lot because our school did not have formal recesses. Using the videos (like Zumba for kids or Indoor … Continue reading GoNoodle App Review
This week we were given the opportunity to participate in a #SaskEdChat twitter chat. When Katia told us that this twitter chat would be like a baptism by fire I scoffed and thought, "how bad can it be?" But HOLY SMOKES! This was the fastest hour of my life. I think that one of the … Continue reading Baptism by FIRE! My first Twitter Chat