Category Archives: All Student Work 2015

Representing Knowledge – Inquiry

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Final Assignment (Jimmy Yao)

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Progress (by Evan Christian)

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Miller Representing 2015

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Wikipedian: Li_wiki_2015

I also created post on my blog, so I am attaching the link below with the password. http://blogs.ubc.ca/luli/?p=20 Password: EDST403   Genetics of Cancer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetics_of_cancer Blog Summary of Wikipedia experience   Introduction Wikipedia is a widely used resource for quick … Continue reading

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Wiki Assignment

At first it was difficult to find an article for my subject area that required any real edits. This is likely because tech ed is such a technical subject area and as such, has a plethora of materials about it. … Continue reading

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Biology, respect, responsibility and care knowledge

Dear Colleague,   I am pleased and excited to welcome you to our school in Canada! I am certain you will be a wonderful addition to the science department here and cannot wait to collaborate with you. I know that … Continue reading

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Every Canadian Should Know

What Every Canadian Should Know EDST 403-307 Jeremy Sheeshka Welcome to the field of music education in Canada! As a new Canadian teacher you are expected to meet the ever-diversifying needs of your students in an engaging manner while at … Continue reading

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What every Canadian needs to know; Social Studies and Critical Thinking

Dear Colleague, Regarding your question, I must first begin with a note on knowledge: Although the question of what “knowledge” actually is can be endlessly debated (if you are interested, see: Smith, M. U. & Siegel, H. (2004). Knowing, believing, … Continue reading

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Core Knowledge: English

Dear Colleague, I am greatly looking forward to your arrival to teach in Canada. In your most recent message you asked “what does every Canadian need to know today”? This is a vast topic—a vastness, I would suggest, is rivaled … Continue reading

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