The Great Edtech debate

This week’s debates when on if technology enhances learning and if schools should continue to teach googleable facts and information. For the first argument, if technology enhances learning or not, both sides had good points. One of the main topics was if it was more of a distraction than a helpful tool. It is easy […]

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Mini- Lesson reflection

As a part of Edtc400 I taught a joint lesson with another student. This lesson was on digital rights and responsibilities and digital access. I had a few concerns and a few things I was pleasantly surprised by. I am happy with the overall experience of teaching and it was my first time facilitating a […]

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Technological reality

In terms of responsibility with technological world I don’t think it’s like necessarily the school’s responsibility but also realistically I know that most likely the school is going to have to deal with it and educate young people even though it shouldn’t be totally on schools and teachers to do that. I also have some […]

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Let’s talk about Twitter!

I think Twitter can be a really good resource for teachers to use to keep connected to other teachers and other future teachers and share resources. One of the drawbacks that I found with using Twitter is that whatever you post on there it is hard to remove once you posted it so if you […]

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My Digital Identity

For my digital identity I don’t feel that it has a very significant impact and it’s something I’ve been trying to work on and try to get better at, but it’s not necessarily something that has been going really well in terms of making it more positive. My Facebook and Instagram are both private so […]

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Hello and Welcome!

A few things that I am looking forward to learning in EDTC this semester, is that I want to learn more about how to use media for education purposes, how to manage it better, and just learn more in general. In EDTC 300 I learned a lot of stuff that I did not anticipate learning […]

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