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Wednesday, April 11

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    Lecture: Concluding Thoughts
    NO SEMINAR THIS WEEK
    {Final Winter 2018.pptx}
    IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
    PLEASE USE THE ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION FORM TO SUBMIT YOUR DIGITAL STORY AND BLOG POSTS. YOU WILL NEED TO FILL OUT THIS FORM BY THE END OF THE DAY (MIDNIGHT) ON SATURDAY, APRIL 14th.
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Monday, April 9

  1. page Weekly Plans Winter 2018 edited ... Week 13 - April 11 Lecture: Concluding Thoughts FINAL NO SEMINAR THIS WEEK IMPORTANT INST…
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    Week 13 - April 11
    Lecture: Concluding Thoughts
    FINALNO SEMINAR THIS WEEK
    IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:
    PLEASE USE THE
    ASSIGNMENT DUESUBMISSION FORM TO SUBMIT YOUR DIGITAL STORY AND BLOG POSTS. YOU WILL NEED TO FILL OUT THIS FORM BY THE END OF THE DAY (MIDNIGHT) ON SATURDAY, APRIL 14th.
    LINK TO THE FORM IS HERE.
    PLEASE NOTE:
    YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR ASSIGNMENTS THROUGH THIS FORM.
    YOUR DIGITAL STORY MUST BE UPLOADED TO YOUTUBE AS AN UNLISTED OR PUBLIC VIDEO. PLEASE INCLUDE THE YOUTUBE VIDEO
    IN SEMINARA FINAL BLOG POST. PROVIDE THE URL OF THIS WEEK!BLOG POST ON THE ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION FORM. THE FINAL BLOG POST ONLY NEEDS TO CONTAIN THE VIDEO (AND A BRIEF DESCRIPTION IF YOU'D LIKE).

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Wednesday, March 21

  1. page Weekly Plans Winter 2018 edited ... Week 10 - March 21 Lecture: Curriculum as literacy (Katia) Slides: {CurriculumAsLiteracyEC…
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    Week 10 - March 21
    Lecture: Curriculum as literacy (Katia)
    Slides: {CurriculumAsLiteracyECS210 W2018 Final.pdf} {CurriculumAsLiteracyECS210 W2018
    Please read Chapter 7 (Examples from English Literature) from Kumashiro's Against Common Sense. You can access the book at this link (You'll need to sign in with your uregina username and password) and then read pages 61-68. As you read, pay attention to what Kumashiro says about the way our lenses shape the way we read the world, and consider what lenses you might have.
    Reading response (due before seminar):
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    12:48 pm
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    Week 10 - March 21
    Lecture: Curriculum as literacy (Katia)
    Slides: {CurriculumAsLiteracyECS210 W2018 Final.pdf} {CurriculumAsLiteracyECS210 W2018 Final.pdf}
    Please read Chapter 7 (Examples from English Literature) from Kumashiro's Against Common Sense. You can access the book at this link (You'll need to sign in with your uregina username and password) and then read pages 61-68. As you read, pay attention to what Kumashiro says about the way our lenses shape the way we read the world, and consider what lenses you might have.
    Reading response (due before seminar):
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    12:44 pm

Tuesday, March 20

  1. page Assignments Winter 2018 edited ... Click this link to access some resources and exemplars. Assignment description: Click this …
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    Click this link to access some resources and exemplars.
    Assignment description:
    Click this link
    Grading Criteria:
    {Personal Curriculum Narrative Grading Criteria .pdf}
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    3:46 pm
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    Signs of the quality of your engagement could include: relating your responses to the readings/lectures/conversations; layers – sometimes professional, sometimes personal; you should be self-reflective – making meaningful connections with these ideas is part of the goal of the assignment; links to other related ideas – demonstrating how you are connecting and expanding these ideas beyond the narrow frame of the class;
    Remember, these blogs are not static, not meant to be “make work” – if you are reading and thinking and participating anyway, the blogs are one more way to process the course. They are a demonstration of your engagement.
    We will put up a Google Form that will allow you to share the links to your chosen blog posts.
    The second part of the assignment, the “Summary of learning,” asks you to reflect on your overall journey at the end of the course by creating a final post that contains a digital story that summarizes your learning in a creative way (the easiest option here is to upload to Youtube and then insert the Youtube link in your post). Your post may also include a short written summary in which you link back to previous posts in order to highlight key moments in your journey.
    Storytelling and learning are inextricably intertwined because the process of composing a story is also a process of self-reflection and meaning-making. By creating a personal narrative you are invited to further reflect on what you have learned, carefully examine unquestioned assumptions, and record the process of the learning that took place. By creating a digital story as part of your final project, you will be tapping into the affordances of storytelling as well as further developing your digital literacies.
    Click this link to access some resources and exemplars.
    Assignment description:
    Grading Criteria:
    {Personal Curriculum Narrative Grading Criteria .pdf}

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    3:41 pm

Monday, March 19

  1. page Weekly Plans Winter 2018 edited ... A. How has your upbringing/schooling shaped how you you “read the world?” What biases and lens…
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    A. How has your upbringing/schooling shaped how you you “read the world?” What biases and lenses do you bring to the classroom? How might we unlearn / work against these biases?
    B. Which “single stories” were present in your own schooling? Whose truth mattered?
    IMPORTANT INFORMATION RE: ASSIGNMENT THREE PRESENTATIONS
    March 22 - Katia's section - NO SEMINAR TODAY
    March 23 - Mike, Joy, and Gerry's seminars: Meet in regular seminar rooms for presentations
    March 28 - NO LECTURE TODAY. Instead, meet in seminar groups during LECTURE TIME (2:30-3:45) in the following rooms for presentations:
    Mike's seminar: ED210Katia's seminar: ED215Gerry's seminar: ED223.1Joy's seminar: ED230
    March 29 - Katia's seminar: Meet in regular seminar room (at the normal time) for presentations.
    March 30 - Good Friday - NO SEMINAR TODAY for Mike, Joy, and Gerry's seminars
    April 4 - NO LECTURE TODAY. Instead, meet in seminar groups during LECTURE TIME (2:30-3:45) in the following rooms for presentations:
    Mike's seminar: ED210Katia's seminar: ED215Gerry's seminar: ED223.1Joy's seminar: ED230
    April 5/6 - Meet in regular seminar rooms (at the normal time) for presentations.

    Week 11 - March 28
    Week 12 - April 4
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    5:42 pm

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