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Summary of Personal Learning For ETDC 300

Hi #EDTC300, below I have attached my artifact that comprehensively summarizes the learning experience in EDTC 300! This was my first time using Screencastifty, which I was introduced to within this course. In addition to using Screencastify, I created a Bitmoji Classroom for my presentation style.

Click to check out my Screencasifty video below:

 https://watch.screencastify.com/v/WMxMV5ukZVmNPtyOI0LM 

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Chat soon!

- Miss G

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