We are excited about all the collaborative group projects that teachers will be involved with over the course of this school year. The AISI Researching Team thanks you for your active participation.
We have created a visual display with the feedback you have provided for us during the collaborative group meeting times.
The first link is a visual created from the Web 2.0 tool called Tagxedo. The display is a representation of the words that came from the feedback telling us what you enjoyed about the time spent in your collaborative group meetings
The second link is a visual created from the tool called Wordle . This display is a representation of the words that came from the feedback telling us your suggestions or "wants". It is loud and clear that time is something we all 'want' more of. The words that come out the largest are the words that were mentioned most often.
Finally, the last link is from the icebreaker on UDL that each group was asked to complete as a Think Tac Toe. We added some of what we heard from groups and one hot link to investigate/explore. Thanks Darcie Eamor for suggesting this J
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This blog and resources website has been developed through the work of various AISI coaches in PHRD. The lead collaborative teachers for the 2015/2016 school year, Cheryl Frose, Christine Quong and Tammy Tkachuk will continue to update this site. If you have resources you would like to share or would like to contribute to the blog, please contact us.
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