News & Announcements

Friday, May 18th - Instructions

posted May 17, 2012, 6:51 PM by Matthew Brash   [ updated May 17, 2012, 7:21 PM by Matthew Brash ]

TGP3M Photography Class:
Part of improving your photography skills is reading, reading, and reading. For today, your task is to connect to the K:\ drive, go into the "Books" folder and take a look at the following three eBooks:
  • 04 - The Art of Posing Techniques for Digital Portrait Photographers.pdf
  • A 10 Ways to Improve Your Craft.pdf
  • B Ten More Ways To Improve Your Craft.pdf
Read about posing techniques related to your CPT project.  Take notes!  Then read some of the tips to help improve your photography skills overall - might help to take notes on those, too!

Finally, check out the following two websites:

MDM4U Data Management Class:
Get together with your CPT partner (if you have one). Today you are creating your first survey (questionnaire). The idea is to create a simple, clear survey that is linked to your project. If you could survey a sample of the public related to your project, what would you ask them to help you create conclusions related to your research?

As it says in the document at the link above, this is due at the beginning of class on Tuesday.









CPT - Photography

posted May 8, 2012, 6:11 AM by Matthew Brash   [ updated May 8, 2012, 6:13 AM ]

Your portrait photo assignment, a major portion of your portfolio, has begun.
Click here to see the assignment.  Ask Mr. Brash or Mr. Saikaly if you have any questions.

The first portion - The Plan - is due on Monday May 14th, at the beginning of class.



Weekly Assignments

posted May 4, 2012, 6:49 AM by Matthew Brash

There are now SIX (6) weekly assignments that some of you have not completed. Our current assignment is "PINK". Remember, you can take the title however you like.

Please take a look at previous assignments and how to submit them. Many of you are not organizing your files appropriately.

~ Mr. Brash

TGP3M - New Assignment

posted Apr 2, 2012, 8:40 PM by Matthew Brash   [ updated Apr 2, 2012, 8:40 PM ]

April 3rd, 2012.  
I have posted your 7th assignment on the blog posts page. Head there to read about it and begin your next post.

Ch. 4 Assignment (MDM4U)

posted Mar 29, 2012, 8:04 AM by Matthew Brash

Ok folks, your chapter 4 test might have been difficult. Here's your opportunity to show me what you can do when given a lot of time and resources. An assignment has been posted on the Chapter 4 section of the website (at the bottom).  It is due on Thursday, April 5th - that is exactly one week from today.  Please submit it at the beginning of class.

A quick reminder that plagiarism or copying of answers is considered academic fraud and will result in a mark of zero for both students involved.

Ch. 4 ONLINE PRACTICE TEST

posted Mar 28, 2012, 7:46 AM by Matthew Brash

MDM4U - You asked for it, I posted one.  There is now an online practice test posted under Chapter 4 (Unit 2).  It is just a sample of the type of questions you will see.  It is multiple choice more for your convenience than anything else.  The answers will be shown to you after you submit your answers.  The link is also right here.

New site layout...

posted Mar 18, 2012, 10:17 PM by Matthew Brash   [ updated Mar 19, 2012, 8:23 PM ]

The site was getting a bit disorganized so I spent some time trying to put things together in a manner that makes sense. It's still a work in progress. If you have any thoughts or ideas, please drop me a line or come see me in room 307 with your suggestions / feedback. 

TGP3M Assign. #5

posted Mar 1, 2012, 7:48 PM by Matthew Brash

I'm sure you've been waiting for it!!!   Assignment #5 has been posted.  This one has 2 parts so read it carefully.

TGP3M Assign. #4

posted Feb 28, 2012, 10:24 AM by Matthew Brash

The assignment has been posted on the blog.  Please have a look at the assignment and complete the work. If you have any questions, see Mr. Brash.

MDM - Textbook Answers Posted

posted Feb 22, 2012, 9:06 PM by Matthew Brash

I finally created a PDF of the answers from our classroom textbook. You can find the link here: http://school.brash.ca/mdm4u

You really only need that file if you're one of the people with a book missing pieces or one of the evaluation copies. The answers in the back of the evaluation copies might be correct but I'm unsure at this point.

~ Mr. Brash

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