Consolidation of Learning in the Masters of Education program at UOIT

Big Idea 1: Planning & Preparation
Big Idea : Allow learners the option to choose how to show their learning
Big Idea: Tracking progress of learning
Big Idea: Focus on using technology to create
Big Idea: Find out what they already know
Big Idea: Provide support and feedback at an individual level
Big Idea: Create cognitive dissonance


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