About Me


Anthony has a BA (Combined Honours) degree in History and English and is currently working towards M.Ed in Education and Digital Media. He is both a Google Certified and SMART Exemplary Educator with courses and certificates in on-line platforms like Blackboard. He review software and educational tools as a Graphite Certified Educator and is committed to working with his learning community and personal learning network as a Certified Digital Citizenship Educator. Recently, he has presented and written about computational thinking with particular emphasis on Scratch.

For last 15 years, Anthony has worked with students and teachers in K-8 environments teaching and collaborating to use technology to encourage learning and student success. He also is a leader in Computer Science leading students in projects using externals like Lego Mindstorms, Makey Makey etc., leveraging tools from code.org and leading his school in the Hour of Code and Computer Science week. He currently teaches High School students in Computer Science and Technology and works with staff and faculty to use a variety of technology tools to aid teaching and learning.

Current Topics of Interest:  badging and new assessment strategies, inquiry-based learning, project-based learning, flip teaching, differentiated instruction, digital citizenship and literacy, internet safety, game-based learning, programming for kids (Scratch), social networking as PD,  mlearning (mobile), photography, professional media tools (Adobe Creative Suite)

My Digital Footprint

anthonychuter at hotmail.com


logo-2 Making Learning Transparent with Badges
Graphite Blog – May 18th 2015

cohort21_logo_tag_smallDigital Citizenship for the m-generation (K-6 edition)
Guest Blog Cohort 21 – February 4th 2014


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