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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD
Mother, teacher, assistant prof. of educational technologies . Digital literacies teaching & learning, equity, care, connection.
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jul 19
The situation in Ontario is similar — kids and families accessing wifi from school & library parking lots. My own parents in rural, ON have no broadband service options, so they use a satellite Internet service. Without access how can kids develop digital literacies?
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jul 12
Congratulations Isabella!!
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jul 10
More than a small victory, !! Massive!! Congratulations!
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jul 8
Replying to @mcguirp @hbswail
Thanks for this, Paul! I am so glad the ideas we discussed also feel do-able! Enjoy the planning!
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 30
Replying to @LibraryGurrl
Beautiful !!
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 30
Congratulations ! 🤩
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 27
Congratulations Maddie!!
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 24
So looking forward to this!
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 23
Aww, thank you, Corinne!! I look forward to seeing you in my session!! 🤗🤩
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 23
Replying to @ocsbMrsWilson
Thrilled to be participating!!
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uOttawa Education Jun 19
Keri Cheechoo is an Iskwew (a Cree woman), a poet, a storyteller and an educator. She is a proud mom of five, a kookum (a grandmother) to two, and is daughter to Indian Residential School Survivors. 🎓🎓🎓🎓⬇️
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 18
🤗🎉🎓
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Jess Whitley Jun 18
Congratulations to all of our 2020 B.Ed. graduates!! Many thanks to for dreaming up our cheesy tribute, student Dean Yeats () for producing it, and alumni & musician Brian Asselin for the wonderful song () .
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 18
Pour les finissant.e.s du B.Ed. . Un petit cadeau spécial pour célébrer tout ce que vous avez accompli! Félicitations à tous les diplômés! 🙌🎓🎉
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 18
Congratulations Class of 2020 B.Ed. Students! 🎓🙌🎉 And because we won't see you in person at graduation tomorrow, we made you a little something extra special. Produced by the incredible ...we hope you ❤️ it!! ⬇️
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 18
Glorious sunshine and company!
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 18
Je suis tellement heureuse de célébrer cette reconnaissance de et de ses contributions à notre communauté de recherche pendant ses études . Un prix bien méritée! Her thesis on in for teachers is the real deal.
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 10
Replying to @Ms_Cavar
Yes!!!!🙌🏻
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 8
Important insights from teachers across the province in this one. Thanks for sharing, and for the commentary in the piece as well. Report cards will be based on insuffient evidence for so.many.reasons.
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Michelle S. Hagerman, PhD Jun 8
Agree! I would add that for my teen, who was still adjusting to the semester change, relationships were not yet sufficiently established w/teachers. When everything was topsy turvy, there may have been too little trust on which to proceed. Semester scheduling was a factor too.
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