This semester I decided to do away with tests in my HSB4U – Challenge and Change course. My initial thought was that this would be well received by my grade 12 students – and why wouldn’t it be, no one likes tests, right? Wrong. Much to my surprise there was push back from a number … More No tests, no problem?
We are officially at the half way point of the first semester of the 2015/16 school year and I have not made a single photocopy for my classes nor our department. Nothing revolutionary, I know, but I set out this year to go paperless thinking that it would be a difficult task – and it hasn’t been. It … More What’s my photocopier code again?
I finally got an opportunity to reflect on the Project Based Learning activity that I wrote about in my last post. The project, which I called the #IntDevProject, was a huge success in many ways. The biggest successes, however, were not found in the final products, but rather in the skills and competencies that were developed … More Reflections on PBL, the #IntDevProject