My final final summary of learning is complete! As we near the end of another semester, I am excited to share what I have learned during EC&I 834 and all my Edtech courses with Dr. Couros. The planning and creating for this particular summary of learning was a very reflective process that allowed me to think about my growth and learning throughout my Master of Education degree at the University of Regina. I started my degree with an Edtech course, so it seems fitting to end my degree in the same way.
Early on in the semester, Amanda and I decided to complete our summary of learning together. This allowed for lots of conversations about our learning to take place and to brainstorm many different ideas for our summary of learning. In the end, we decided to to focus our summary not only on the current semester, but on our experiences as teachers during a pandemic. I think we speak for most teachers in that the last year has been extremely challenging with many ups and downs, but more importantly, a lot of learning. In our summary, we share some of the tools, tips and bigger issues like digital equity in online and blended learning. We hope you enjoy our video and even catch some of the subtle lockdown jokes along the way. Special thanks to a few current and former classmates for making an appearance in our video:
As I sign off for the final blog post of my degree, I would like to thank all my classmates and professors that have made the Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction a very meaningful and memorable experience. I am grateful for the connections I have made with colleagues and I look forward to continuing my learning beyond my degree.
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