I've also embarked on additional professional development. A few weeks ago I started my first online course through the University of British Columbia (UBC), as I work towards obtaining a Graduate Certificate in Technology-Based Learning for Schools.
I am enrolled in ETEC 510: Design of Technology Supported Learning Environment. Already, I am connecting knowledge from my courses at McGill and things are starting to make sense. To be more precise, I am starting to see that I want my classroom to be an inclusive, technology-supported class that has students learn through inquiry and real-word problems. I'll be sharing more about my process as I learn and grow, promise!
But first thing's first: how to store the things in a safe and aesthetically-pleasing way. Since we all got brand new locks on our classroom doors over winter break, that takes care of my security concern. As for my aesthetic solution: I quickly ruled out the expensive options (you know, the ones that are actually meant to store iPads....). Pinterest inspired me, and I conducted some research, and here's the best solution I could concoct.
A dish drainer from IKEA! This dish drainer from IKEA to me more precise. Only 10$, and perfectly holds 8 iPads!
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