Wow, long time, no blog... I've been having a very guilty feeling in the pit of my stomach because I haven't blogged YET this semester. I've reflected lots but not on this medium. I've started thinking more about polishing up my thoughts and having revised posts but at the same time, I want to show … Continue reading #TreatyedELA
I am utterly infatuated with Adele's most recent album. Before the release, many in the media were saying (including Adele herself) that this album is a reflection on her past as a bittersweet reminiscence. I can relate to this because I find myself often thinking the phrase "I wish I had..". I wish that I … Continue reading I Wish I Had…
Since my learning project, I have continued with my eating healthy. I have also added a work-out plan. I was on the 21 day fix program through Beach Body and I loved it so much that I became a coach. I've seen some amazing transformations and despite not having created an amazing transformation in myself … Continue reading Life After My #LearningProject
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I have linked to my ELNG300 unit plan in hopes that I can get both feedback and inspire someone else to use a social justice unit in their classroom! Hope that this helps someone!
Some of the faults of my goal were that it wasn't specific enough which I mentioned in my second post and that my goal wasn't really achievable. In regards to being achievable, there was no number that I set out to achieve and I think that is a product of the unlearning aspect. It's one of … Continue reading Final #Learningproject Reflections
This is my last post for my #learningproject (I will create one more post that links to each of my individual posts after this). I've been noticing throughout my University career that deconstruction and critical reflection are almost (if not more) important than the learning process itself. I've always wanted to make the information that … Continue reading The Need For Critical Reflection