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Interleaving – Weaving my Math Topics

One effective self-regulated learning strategy is interweaving course content or interleaving. Interleaving is the practice of switching between ideas while studying as this strengthen ¬†understanding on topics previously learned while creating links and connections between topics. I have been using, … Continue reading

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Changes in a Math course

My math class looked like: teach, student practice, teach, student practice, teach, student practice, teach, student practice, teach, student practice, teach, student practice, teach, student practice, review, test. Also, I had taught similar concepts as unique, separate entities. For example, … Continue reading

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Procrastination

I am currently working on my paper to go with my Master’s Project for my M.ED at VIU. I am interested in the topic. I am teaching the course that I am writing about (FNFS 103. Succeeding Online: Tools and … Continue reading

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We Did It!

We did it. I am so proud of all of us.

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Convocation Suite

I was very fortunate that I was invited to attend the presentation of the new convocation suite by renowned artist Arthur Vickers. I am a part of the first graduating class that will be using these at Vancouver Island University. … Continue reading

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