Guest Post: Skype: Free and Still Fine

Communications Staff | January 19, 2017

This article was re-posted 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). Teachers Review Technology in Education | By Shelley Grey-Sortland (BOLT student) Description of Skype  Skype is a free VoIP (Voice over Internet […]

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Guest Blog: Coding and Computational Thinking In Schools

Communications Staff | January 13, 2017

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 […]

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Bake Up a Batch of Robots?

Lucas Warren | March 9, 2015

How many cookies does it take build a robot? Stumped? Better give ADLC students Kadin Morritt and Rhys Racine a call. What began as a summer robotics course for the 12-year olds, quickly turned into a lesson in fundraising, teamwork, and competition. To start, the boys had to buy a robotics kit. Beginner kits cost […]

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Getting Ready for 2015

Lucas Warren | December 14, 2014

Whatever comes our way this year, our staff and teachers are ready! Here’s to an amazing 2014 and even better 2015 from all of us at ADLC.

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