Summary of Learning-The Journey Has Come to an End

Well here is it, my very last assignment in my graduate studies. What a journey it has been! I am so thankful to have been able to end with this course. It has been fun to learn along side great classmates. I used WeVideo, Canva, and Screencastify to create my video. Enjoy!

Thank you for all your support!

Have an amazing rest of your summer!

Christina

Published by christinapatt13

I am a grade 2/3 teacher in Regina, Sask. "The important thing is not to stop questioning; curiosity has its own reason for existing.” – Albert Einstein

4 thoughts on “Summary of Learning-The Journey Has Come to an End

  1. Great job Christina! I loved how you incorporated childhood photos into the evolution of technology! Congratulations on class #10!!! Enjoy the sunshine!

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  2. Great work! I really liked your key takeaways at the end of the video where you presented the questions that we should be asking before incorporating new technology in the classroom.
    Congratulations on completing your last class!

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  3. Excellent work. Great writing and voice work. Do all RCSD primary teachers have a license for WeVideo? The ability to add that stock footage is super slick.

    Thank you for sharing so much via your blog this semester. It’s been fun learning from you.

    You were in one of my Couros courses, I think it was my first Zoom course, and my son came over to me, pointed at your Zoom square, and said “who’s the lady with the pretty eyes?” Not relevant at all, but it made me laugh. Remote learning isn’t for everyone, but having familiar faces like yours in a few classes made me feel more at ease.

    Hope you enjoy the rest of your summer, and congratulations on the end of this journey.

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  4. Awesome video! Loved the main take always from each as well as your examples of assessment using seesaw and flipgrid. I’m also a huge fan of Wevideo and picked the same song as you! Upbeat summer music for the win. Congratulations on being done your master program! Such an amazing feat!

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