CURRICULUM AND RIBBLE’S 9

Digital Citizenship involves participating and acting responsibly online. It includes everyone using technology. Thus, it is not age-specific. For this reason, there is a need for instructors to teach digital citizenship at all grade levels. In Saskatchewan schools, there is a policy guide for schools to implement digital citizenship education from kindergarten to grade 12.Continue reading “CURRICULUM AND RIBBLE’S 9”

The Jollof Brouhaha in West Africa

There is an unending war between Nigeria and Ghana on Jollof. These two West African countries have been arguing for years over whose Jollof tastes better. One may ponder what this Jollof is. It is a popular rice dish in West and Sub-Saharan Africa. Nigerians and Ghanaians both pride themselves on being the best inContinue reading “The Jollof Brouhaha in West Africa”

TECHNOLOGY CUTS BOTH WAYS

Technology has grown with time, and the increase and demand for it are high. In modern times, we can barely survive without technology. I recall how only a few people had access to technology some years back. I had my first mobile device at the age of fourteen and laptop at eighteen years. I usedContinue reading “TECHNOLOGY CUTS BOTH WAYS”

Africa is not a country

Africa is the second-largest continent in the world. It is on the north of the Mediterranean sea and west and east of the Atlantic and Indian oceans respectively. It covers about 30 million km² of Earth’s total area and consists of 54 countries, with Algeria being the largest country and Ethiopia being the oldest countryContinue reading “Africa is not a country”

Reciprocal Teaching

This post was inspired by Dani’s post on collaborative learning. In her post, she talked about reciprocal teaching. Here is a video that explains it in detail. This approach will be very useful in my ESL class, as it is a way of getting students to use the English language. Pros Promoting active learners. BoostingContinue reading “Reciprocal Teaching”

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