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Reflective Experience and Successful online Courses

Now that we have moved to Virtual Teaching and Learning here are a few website and links to make instruction valuable. Khan Academy https://www.khanacademy.org/ Virtual Nerd https://www.virtualnerd.com/ ClassDojo https://www.classdojo.com/ BrainPop https://www.brainpop.com/ edX http://www.edx.org/ TedTalk https://www.ted.com/playlists/86/talks_to_watch_with_kids I have found success with all platforms including for myself. The internet is a wonderful tool. When using online website Continue reading Reflective Experience and Successful online Courses

Outline for the Online Course EDLD 5318

Week Five-September 14-18 Students will write and film short films. They will see the two apps the district has approved to use in our LMS, iMovie, and WeVideo Students will choose from the selections from the page with different topics. Each topic has a lesson in empathy. Students will have a week to complete assignments. Continue reading Outline for the Online Course EDLD 5318

Blogging through my Mindset

                                                                   Katrice Wright I can help a learner develop a growth mindset by challenging the learner to explore and learn by experience without making them feel hopeless in the experience results. I can remove the grade away and turn it into a challenge of resilience. I will model the growth mindset and inspire the learner Continue reading Blogging through my Mindset

Learning Environment & Situational Factors

Learning Environment & Situational Factors 1.  Specific Context of the Teaching/Learning Situation Six classes meet five days a week. Each class holds for 50 minutes. The work will take place in secondary school. This course is delivered through a STEM elective. I created this as a unit that will be used throughout all delivered lessons. Continue reading Learning Environment & Situational Factors

Each One Teach One EDLD 5313

Katrice Wright Believing in my learning philosophy is most important for creating a significant learning environment. I fall under the constructivist learning theory. With that, I believe that individuals (students) consciously strive to make sense of their environment from their past and present experiences. The twist to my belief is that engagement works best for Continue reading Each One Teach One EDLD 5313