A Stitch in Time, Means Getting Your Course Profile Posted!

January 27, 2019

When thinking about on what I wanted to base my course profile I thought about all the classes that I am currently teaching in my grade 5/6 classroom. But none got me as excited as the idea of teaching beginning crochet. I know. I’m a bit of a nerd. But, who isn’t. (That’s a discussion for a different post!)

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I read so many goo ideas on other classmates’ posts, such as the one on a bullying unit for grades 7 and 8 in Amy‘s, Kyla O.’s and Collette’s blogs, or the Human Body System (which I had originally planned to do) in Wendy‘s blog. So I decided to stick with what I really enjoyed doing and have always wanted to teach.

So, without further ado, here is the course profile.

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5 thoughts on “A Stitch in Time, Means Getting Your Course Profile Posted!

  1. Hi Sonja,
    I had to request access to view your course profile but I am excited to see it as a fellow crafter. I am an avid quilter and understand how addicting some of these craft hobbies can be! Ha. Looking forward to seeing what your course will teach! 🙂
    Kelsey

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  2. Hey Sonja! You probably want to set some kind of public access for the profile?
    I couldn’t see it.

    But I love the idea of using a high interest area as the basis for your course. Awesome!

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  3. Super cool idea Sonja! I like how you chose to do a passion project. Are you planning to have people sign up for this course and have set dates or is it a join as you want and do as you want type of course? I am excited to see how you are going to teach crocheting online. I always wanted to learn how to crochet, but could never figure out how to loop back (This was before YouTube was a thing!).

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  4. I love your idea and how you can implement videos to demonstrate on Google Classroom. I find Google Classroom really simple and easy to use! You provide this for a range of learner types and abilities.I think the independence is great and that all learners can work at their own pace to gain new knowledge of crocheting!

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