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Six weeks of summer session went by so fast and now Distributed Learning course is almost over! It was a short term but there was a lot to learn in this course. The selection of readings for this course was … Continue reading
Students who are comfortable with traditional classroom can be overwhelmed with distance learning because there are no face-to-face instructions and there is independent studying, yet there is a flexibility to do coursework at anytime. In order to make distance learning … Continue reading
General Organic Chemistry course which I took at the university reminds me of blended learning classroom where I had face-to-face lectures in a science theatre and Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) sessions. A chemical bonding in reality is a three dimensional … Continue reading
For the past 5 years, I have had great opportunity teaching Investment Strategies (IS) program to students in Grades 8 and 9 at different schools. This program is operated by Junior Achievement of Southern Alberta, a non-profit organization providing different … Continue reading
As a science instructor at Calgary Science Network (CSN), one of the challenges is to find an appropriate strategy of introducing scientific concepts to very young children in Grades 2 to 5. Most of the time, I introduce a scientific … Continue reading
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