Welcome Back, Digital Learners!

Happy September, PMSS! We are thrilled to be back in the building and so happy to meet you face-to-face as much as this is possible. Last spring the use of technology for teaching and learning became common place. Now, more than ever, it is important for us to talk about digital citizenship, digital leadership, and the appropriate use of digital tools.

Beginning September 30th at 1pm in Teams we will gather virtually with all grade 9 students to talk about the Digital Learning 10 course. This year’s course outline is posted HERE: please take a look. Please also take a moment to reflect on your use of technology for learning and for life.  Have you had a powerful, life-changing experience that would not have been possible without technology? What positive and negative online behaviours have you observed as a user in your various platforms? How have these observations changed the way you use technology? (No need to answer these questions, in writing. They are only meant to get your wheels turning for DL10). Your DL10 teachers will be in touch! Watch TEAMS and download the “My School Day” app + subscribe to the Digital Learning channel. Stay tuned!

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2 thoughts on “Welcome Back, Digital Learners!

  1. Josh November 4, 2020 / 11:19 pm

    1. Favorite YouTube clip
    This clip talks about a ‘smart’garbage center. This garbage center uses many new technologies, such as, AI face recognition and automation. The garbage can automatically detect registered residents of the compound and open the lid of the trash can so that residents will not need to touch the trash can. It is a much more convenient and hygiene garbage disposal system. However, the system also have some disadvantage. Lots of senior citizen have trouble understanding how the system work and just put the garbage on the ground. I think this is a good attempt to help the environment, but it still needs some improvement,
    3 I like this picture a lot. It was taken a long time ago. It shows how hard people were working back then. The worker are not afraid of height and are feeling very happy about themselves. it is a bit dangerous, so I don’t recommending anyone to try this

    • kabercrombie November 5, 2020 / 6:50 pm

      Hi Josh. Please post this content on your pmss.sd43.bc.ca blog. If you do not know how to access this blog, please visit one of the DL teachers as soon as possible in room 320.

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