Kim Thue. ECS 311. Goals & Actions Plans. Professional Goals Try not to procrastinate anymore. Action Plan – research and implement tips on how to not get distracted and procrastinating when doing homework. I don’t have any more time to procrastinate. Ask more questions. Action Plan – Instead of giving advise or spewing my opinion, … Continue reading Professional, Personal & Digital Goals
In EPE 317 we taught a 30 minute lesson to our peers. Our lesson focused on doing a layup while also adding a cardio-vascular element to the lesson. Below is the attached lesson, complete with a sweet diagram of the final circuit. Lay-up
Follow the link below for a mini-unit for Grade 6 Science on the forces of flight. Kim Thue. Mini Unit. Forces of Flight
For my 3 week block at Gladys McDonald School we explored "The Significance of Place". This was a unit that was centered around Grade 8 Social and ELA outcomes, while also incorporating Art and Treaty Education. This was for a three week unit, but with more available time, more could be explored. Follow the link … Continue reading Shared Unit Plan
My engaged citizen pledge centered around becoming more involved in Treaty Education and learning more about my personal identity and how it is shaped by history and how it is currently shaping society. Many struggles came along with this pledge. Continuing to question what I had thought to be truth for the majority of my … Continue reading ESST 317 Final Representation
How do I take my commitment to another level? In order to become a justice oriented citizen, I have to be willing and able to start looking for answers and continue to look for reasons relationships in Canada are contentious. For the past couple of years, looking through a different lens has been key in … Continue reading Another Level
One of the main ideas when it comes to my engaged citizenship commitment was to immerse myself in Treaty Education, build relationships and give back. What I have been struggling with internally is making sure that I am living this commitment, and not just approaching it like it's a "checklist", something that Mike Cappello discusses often. In … Continue reading Considering my Commitment.
I received feedback for my engaged citizen blogs that have been done to this point. As we continue down the road we are as teachers, giving feedback to your peers remains an area that I think a lot of us might struggle with. When I worked in media, I always had difficulty when people in … Continue reading Feedback for my Feedback
Treaty Ed Camp over the weekend was something that I was very glad to be apart of. I enjoyed Friday night and Saturday morning listening and talking to different many different people throughout campus. A couple moments and experiences really stuck out however. Early Saturday morning I took part in my first ever pipe ceremony. … Continue reading An emotional afternoon
In the first week of October, I signed up to help facilitate a blanket exercise at Campion College. It was my 2nd time facilitating a blanket exercise. The first time I did a blanket exercise, I was a European, who handed out scrolls. No speaking roles, but it was a good opportunity to get involved … Continue reading This is our story.