The Little Blog that Could: Blogging as 21st Century Pedagogical Documentation and Professional Learning

A session at Bring IT, Together [ECOO & OASBO]

  • Julie Ham

Thursday 24th October, 2013

10:00am to 10:45am (EST)

Participants are invited to engage in a professional dialogue about how a Full-Day Early Learning-Kindergarten team made their thinking and learning visible through their blog "Transforming our Learning Environment into a Space of Possibilities." This 21st century example of pedagogical documentation supported educator reflections and next steps, student sharing and engagement, parental involvement and communication, as well as a growing professional learning community and following. With an increased interest in our work, we have expanded our thinking and learning to various other social media networks including Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, and Instagram. Discover how our journey began, and find out more about how you might begin your own!

About the speakers

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Joanne Babalis

Kindergarten teacher & graduate student passionate about designing spaces that inspire inquiry-based learning & creative innovation for 21st century learners. bio from Twitter

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Julie Ham

York Region District School Board

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18 attendees

  • Tanya Alvarez
  • David Fife
  • Doug Peterson
  • Jaclyn Mitchell
  • Joanne Babalis
  • Kimberly Webster
  • Karen Lirenman
  • Laura James
  • leah cronin
  • Peter J. LeBlanc
  • Leanne McMillan
  • MariaCiampa
  • Merav Anafi
  • Michael Sendrea
  • Sarah Ferguson
  • Shannon Draper
  • Shelley Penner

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  • Cathy Beach
  • Cari Haim
  • Marci Duncan

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Time 10:00am10:45am EST

Date Thu 24th October 2013

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