Leslie Watts
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  • Vancouver, B.C.
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Stephania Careen commented on Leslie Watts's blog post Learning Commons/Library
"There are a great number of easy-to-understand resources but research processes could take a long time. For example, I’m regular blog contributor at AnswerShark.com. Writing essay outlines, I take into account individual and age differences.…"
May 2
Leslie Watts liked Amy Brinkley's group Work and Projects
Mar 10
Leslie Watts posted a blog post

Learning Commons/Library

Hi, I'm planning to continue my Diploma as a Teacher-Librarian. I also hope to be working again in this area soon. (Elementary). I've seen other teachers' lesson plans, taking their classes into a computer lab to do research, etc.Does anyone else notice their class googling sources but not knowing how to condense articles into the students' reading level? I also notice Google bringing up a lot of blogs as top hits. P.S. Ron Darvin (on Facebook) works at SFU/has relevant suggestions about…See More
Mar 8
Leslie Watts replied to Jonathan E. Wisniewski's discussion Why Students Plagiarize?
"Selecting only relevant info, paraphrasing, synthesizing (adding one's own opinions) and citing sources are all important skills. Maybe starting small with elementary students (who want to highlight everything) and just one paragraph or a…"
Mar 6

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Elementary School Teacher
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My main email is: firstlessonfree@live.com.
I check my Facebook account about once/week.
I have used Skype, but would like to learn more about blogs, Google Docs, etc. in education.

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Learning Commons/Library

Posted on March 6, 2018 at 12:46pm 1 Comment

Hi, I'm planning to continue my Diploma as a Teacher-Librarian. I also hope to be working again in this area soon. (Elementary). I've seen other teachers' lesson plans, taking their classes into a computer lab to do research, etc.

Does anyone else notice their class googling sources but not knowing how to condense articles into the students' reading level? I also notice Google bringing up a lot of blogs as top hits. 

P.S. Ron Darvin (on Facebook) works at SFU/has relevant…

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