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These events have actually occurred, or are occurring, in the province of British Columbia, Canada.
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Advocacy is so important, no matter where we live and teach.
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Yes, you're so right Terry! Writing is embedded in learning, and learning is embedded in writing. Brilliant! Thank you.
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Thank you to #clmooc anchors: +Bart Miller, +Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, +Anna Smith , +TERRY ELLIOTT  , +Kevin Hodgson for helping to pull us all together, engage, question, challenge, inspire....  More to follow next week. And one extra: +Sheri Edwards for ongoing inspiration.
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Thanks, Anna, I've edited my post, and now the links are live!
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2013 MC4: Map Making  - 
 
Responding to +Kevin Hodgson 's google maps prompt and +Anna Smith 's rock hack suggestion:

I took a screen shot from google maps on iPhone, pulled it, and a photo of Galiano Island sandstone into Skitch, and voila! 
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Ah, I get it! Makes sense to use the spiral for timelessness!
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2013 MC3: Toy Hacks  - 
 
I hacked my 1993 art school project, "The Many and the One."  With stop motion, I turned it into play, so perhaps this could make it qualify as a toy hack.
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From stabile to mobile, the Harlem Globetrotter remix. I love it!
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Does anyone know if there is an "official" Canadian presence on NCTE (national council of English teachers)? I've been talking to parents about 21st century literacies, and citing NCTE. Or is there a Canadian equivalent?
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Amazing how quickly we get info in # etmooc!!
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Has anyone been successful at viewing #etmooc Blackboard archives on an ipad? I've got the ap, but clicking on the archive link does not work on the ipad.
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Do you have two-step verification on?
Java is the other issue that could be causing problems.
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2013 MC6: Reflecting + Envisioning  - 
 
Hello #clmoocers! I've created this overview of my #clmooc experience in BigMind, a mind mapping app on my iPad, which did not require web access. Since I've had limited Internet access this summer, it's been difficult for me to use online tools such as Thimble, Popcorn and others... but will pursue these when I'm able. Again, thanks for all the making!
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Thanks for your feedback, Sheri, Janet & Kevin! I look forward to trying out this tool with kids. :)
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2013 MC6: Reflecting + Envisioning  - 
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Thanks, Chad and Kevin, for your wonderful encouragement!
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2013 MC5: Credos  - 
 
Having collected some of the ideas I'd been tossing around in my mind into Evernote, I decided to stay within the making spirit of #clmooc by using Haiku Deck. I was struck by how the use of this medium impacted the quality and flavour of the ideas. Decisions on the use of images, typeface, emphasis, and colour suddenly played large in the message. A wonderfully enjoyable editing experience!
Of course, this credo is by no means fixed, and for this reason, I am somewhat hesitant to "seal" the ideas into a Haiku deck. Perhaps I could still try a more remixable format, but I did have fun working with the layers of meaning in this Make.
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I have seen Haiku Deck a few times in this MOOC and this is the first I've viewed- beautiful thoughts and images. I wish they had it for PC.
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2013 MC4: Map Making  - 
 
These drawings were done by my grade 6/7 students this past school year. They were asked to visualize and draw the Internet as an actual place. And, yes, I hacked the idea from a graphic on Reddit! http://imgur.com/AK38c

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Thanks! This idea will be rehacked next school year.
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2013 MC 1: Introductions  - 
 
Hi #clmooc-ers! Our last day of school was on Friday, but I've been actively lurking with wonder and excitement! At last, today I feel free to participate, so here's  my Intro, made in Bitstrips. If I can get internet on my island retreat this summer, I hope to keep contributing. Thanks for all your creativity!
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Hi Stephanie, Karen & Sheri!
Thanks for the warm welcome and feedback. I look forward to learning together! Who d'a thunk that an online course could be so personal?
It's hot and sunny today, Stephanie, but we do have quite a bit of rain here too... soggy end of year field trips! But hey, that seems to be all over now... Time to get hacking!
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I'm a grade 6/7 teacher exploring ways to make learning meaningful, especially through the use of online aps.
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