Author Archives: francescoporcaro57

Action Research Conclusion

The purpose of my action research project was to discover the most effective educational technology practices that can be used at the Elementary school level. Too me, this is and was a very important question because many teachers do understand … Continue reading

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Windows Movie Maker Video & Lesson Plan

In our AQ, we explored video editing. I chose Windows Live Movie Maker to make a 5 minute video on the Me to We event. Click  on the YouTube link to see the video: I also came up with … Continue reading

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My Digital Story and Lesson Plan

Check out this digital story on Don Cherry I’ve created. Digital story telling is an awesome way to get your students motivated to write stories! Check out the YouTube link:  Don Cherry Photostory Link I also have a Digital story … Continue reading

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OSAPAC Bitstrips SoftwareTutorial

The OSAPAC Committee advises the Ministry of Education on the acquisition of provincial licenses for software titles for publicly funded schools in Ontario. After exploring the Ontario  Software Acquisition Program Advisory Committee website, I created a tutorial on one of … Continue reading

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Blended Learning Lesson Plan

Check out this Blended Learning Lesson Plan I have created. This lesson plan is an example of Blended Learning in action! Blended Learning Lesson Plan

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Staff Presentation on Blended Learning

Here is my Prezi link for a possible staff presentation on Blended Learning. It’s my first time using Prezi. I must say, it seems so much more visual and interactive than what I’m used to.

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E-Learning Presentation

ELEARNING PRESENTATION Check out my E-Learning Powerpoint Presentation! This presentation is an example of how teachers can present E-learning/Blended learning to parents.

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