This article was reposted in collaboration with Athabasca University Centre for Distance Education’s BOLT Multi-Authored Blog, a blog dedicated to professional learning for K-12 educators interested in Blended and Online Learning and Teaching (BOLT). by Steven Montgomery (BOLT Student and Alberta Teacher) Coding or computer programming in schools is becoming a big push in schools around […]
This article originally appeared on edtech digest on September 12, 2016. You can find the original article here. There are plenty of conversations and predictions about the economy of tomorrow, but leaders and influencers agree that honing future workers’ STEM interest and skills will play a central role in their success. However, when resources, finances, and […]
Moats, drawbridges, towers, and… robots? This unlikely combination set the stage for the medieval-themed FIRST Robotics Western Canada regional competition in Calgary this April, where students from all over the world brought their robots to battle—a battle that included traversing and scaling towers on courses modelled after heavily-armoured castles. Competitors participated in teams of six to […]
If you are interested you can read my profile by following the Staff link at the top of the page. Here is a link to my course introduction Course Introduction The first secret to success in your course is to make sure you have made contact with your teacher (me) by email. The second secret is […]
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