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Music Lesson Reflection

During today‚Äôs class, Jessica, Madi, Hailey, Emma and I taught our lesson on integrating music and movement (physical education) into the classroom. Collectively, we set out to develop a lesson where afterwards the student would be able to understand the… Continue Reading →

Aiding Mental Health with the use of Technology: Additional Resources

There are numerous online resources available to teachers that allows them to gain an idea of what mental health entails and a variety of techniques educators can implement in their classroom to ensure every student’s mental health and well-being is… Continue Reading →

EdTech Inquiry Powerpoint Presentation

In today’s class my group presented our inquiry question of How Technology can Benefit Mental Health in the Classroom. My part of the presentation focused on how we as educators can directly influence positive talk around mental health with the… Continue Reading →

Creamy Cheese and Pepper Pasta

I recently signed up for this service where you get to pick two meals of your choice, and then the company Chefs plate delivers all the ingredients to your house, as well as the recipe you need to make the… Continue Reading →

Creating a Compassionate Classroom

Another aspect of influencing positive talk surrounding mental health with technology is creating a compassionate classroom environment. This resource is free as well and it geared towards informing teachers how to offer support and advocate for their student(s). This booklet… Continue Reading →

Protected: Final Ukulele Video

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Final Music Post

This is my last musical growth blog for the semester regarding the ukulele. I have come leaps and bounds from where I initially started. Before this musical growth assignment I have never picked up a ukulele; now I am able… Continue Reading →

When Something’s Wrong: Strategies For Teachers

The second resource I will mention in my presentation is When Something’s Wrong: Strategies For Teachers. This is also a free online tool to help educators gain a sense of various disorders and mental illnesses that can impede mental health…. Continue Reading →

The ABCs of Mental Health

As educators, we will be observing our students, noticing behaviours, and potentially be handing out designations. Part of being a teacher entails being one the of the first people who will notice concerning behaviours that could potentially harm a students… Continue Reading →

Introduction to Coding

In todays class we had Rich McCue come and introduce us to coding! He explained to us several ways coding can be integrated into various subjects that extend beyond technology and math, such as music and art. It is important… Continue Reading →

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