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Peer Review of Pod6’s Interactive Learning Resources

Link to the reviewed interactive learning resource: https://edci335a02pod6.opened.ca/ Thank you Pod 6, I appreciate your hard work committing to delivering this Interactive Learning Resource (“Chinese Culture and Chinese Festival”). The means of this blog post is to offer constructive feedback… Continue Reading →

COMMENT#4: ON GUOQINLIU’S POST

Hello Guoqinliu, Thank you for sharing a story about potential barriers in your Pod’s learning resource activities. I like the fact that your post considers a barrier to social media accessibility (Discord). I totally understand that not all students have… Continue Reading →

BLOG POST 4: Interaction

[PROMPT] CHOOSE A VIDEO (FLOW CONTROL IN PYTHON) FROM THE LIST THAT COMES UP THAT YOU MIGHT USE WITH YOUR LEARNERS AND WRITE A POST THAT ADDRESSES 4-5 OF THE PROMPTS BELOW. “Basic Python for Beginner” is our Pod’s Interactive… Continue Reading →

COMMENT#3: ON LESLIE’S POST

Hello LESLIE, thank you for sharing how will your Pod accommodate learners. I agree with your online teaching mode. I personally feel more comfortable committing to an online course than a face-to-face one since it allows me to go through… Continue Reading →

BLOG POST 3: Inclusive Design

[PROMPT] CHOOSE ONE (OR MORE) OF YOUR PLANNED LEARNING ACTIVITIES FROM YOUR BLUEPRINT AND IDENTIFY ANY BARRIERS TO STUDENT SUCCESS. HOW CAN YOU ALTER OR ADJUST YOUR CURRENT PLAN TO REDUCE THOSE BARRIERS? Our Pod carefully designed a plan for… Continue Reading →

COMMENT#2: ON MUSKAN’S POST

Hello Muskan, Thank you for your work on the experiential learning topic. Your blog post clarifies an experiential learning term very well. I strongly agree with you. A learner cannot be proficient in programming by only watching but experimenting. I… Continue Reading →

BLOG POST 2: Learning Design II

[PROMPT] EACH POST SHOULD INCLUDE AN OVERVIEW OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE APPROACH AND A DISCUSSION OF HOW THAT APPROACH DOES OR DOES NOT ALIGN WITH YOUR CHOSEN TOPIC. An instructor can carefully select one of the five learning environment… Continue Reading →

COMMENT#1 ON TONY’S POST

Thank Tony for explaining the solution to this programming problem. I have some experience solving competitive programming problems, so I understand that it is challenging to explain the logic behind the solution of this problem to a learner. I personally… Continue Reading →

BLOG POST 1: Learning, Motivation, and Theory

[PROMPT] SHARE A STORY ABOUT YOUR BEST LEARNING EXPERIENCE (COULD BE A FORMAL COURSE OR SOMETHING MORE PERSONAL). WHY DID YOU ENJOY IT? One of the most unparalleled learning experiences was learning ReactJS — a JavaScript library for building user… Continue Reading →

Test Learning Design Post

This post  will appear in a few places: in the blog feed on the front of your website in the Learning Design menu on your website. This is because we have applied the “edci335” category to this post and the… Continue Reading →

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