Summary of EC&I 834

This post was written by Jocelyn and Miranda in a group effort!

It seems so crazy that we have already reached the end of this course. It seems like we just got started learning about online and blended learning. The contents of this course have never been as relevant as they are now with so many school divisions moving to online learning as we navigate through this pandemic.

This video we created using WeVideo, sums up the four main ideas that we took from this course. The first being the use of Large Management Systems, the second being blended learning and what that looks like, third how we can create student engagement through online learning and finally all the tools we have access to in order to make online learning happen.

Throughout our summary we make sure to highlight some of the amazing work done by our classmates. We found everyone had so much to bring to the table that we had a hard time only picking a few courses and blog posts to highlight. We gave shout outs to Jennifer, Catherine, Amanda, Riley, Tessa, Trevor, Christina and Curtis N.! And thank you to the rest of the class for contributing to our learning experience also.

We hope you take the time to watch our little video of two very different perspectives of online and blended learning!

Jocelyn and Miranda

One thought on “Summary of EC&I 834

  1. I like how you broke the video up into 4 sections. It was easy to follow and I like the role that Miranda played as the ‘old school’ teacher. Over the years I think I’ve heard teachers sometimes gravitate towards the role she was playing–maybe the fear of the unknown, needing more guidance, or PD sessions to feel comfortable? I also like how you included things that other participants have included in their blogs. That was a great touch!

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