Monthly Archives: April 2012

E-Journalism: an experiment

For the past four months, a colleague and I have been working with a student e-journalism team that provided mobile coverage of the 17th Rural Education Congress, held in Saskatoon at the end of March. Our students put in hours of … Continue reading

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The Ethics of Learning

During the past week, I’ve had the opportunity to meet with several textbook distributors. I’ll be honest with you — I hate textbooks. I think they limit student creativity, and do for the student, albeit to a much lesser degree, what our … Continue reading

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