Post-Placement Reflection

I was assigned the physics probe placement along with two other people. The task was fairly simple, research and teach ourselves how to use the LabQuest2 units with accompanying probes for applications in the physics curriculum and then present our findings to one of the physics teachers at our school. We quickly realized that there... Continue Reading →

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Learning Strategies Reaction

In the last two weeks I have discovered that I have a terrible work ethic and am one of the LEAST efficient people, probably in the world. However this is a positive thing. My implementation of the Pomodoro method revealed many things, most of which I already knew though. But having the hard evidence in... Continue Reading →

The Pomodoro Technique

In the late 1980s, Francesco Cirillo was well into university. He came up with a method to manage his time that utilized a tomato shaped kitchen timer, dividing his work periods into 25 minute blocks with small breaks in-between. He named this technique "The Pomodoro Technique" since pomodoro is italian for tomato. This work strategy... Continue Reading →

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