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Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology

Thank you for such a wonderful assistive technology presentation this past week!  This presentation emphasized the importance for providing students assistive technology tools for success in their learning.  It is with these assistive technologies that many students find their success and independence in learning.  Thus, it is important that these assistive technologies be accessible, available,Continue reading “Assistive Technology”

Assessment Technology

Assessment Technology

There are a number of assessment tools and technologies available for classroom or remote teaching.   Although there are many options available, there are many things to consider prior to selecting a specific tool.  The first is ensuring to use a platform/tool that is approved and supported by the education administration.  Once these guidelines areContinue reading “Assessment Technology”

A shift in education.

A shift in education.

This week’s reading’s examined the shift from Web 1.0, 2.0, and towards 3.0 with reference to education.  It is astonishing to believe how these transitions transpired in such a short amount of time.  As the internet evolved one can also examine how education has evolved as well.  This could be a correlation between the opportunityContinue reading “A shift in education.”

Distance Learning Tools

Distance Learning Tools

This week’s readings, presentation, and blog prompt takes a look into the evolving world of teaching in today’s educational context.  This is a way of using various educational technologies to provide distance learning, through online, remote teaching, virtual, synchronous teaching, Asynchronous learning, and so forth.  Depending on whether educators are teaching onsite, offsite, in class,Continue reading “Distance Learning Tools”

Technology and education

Technology and education

There are many things in today’s classrooms that represent the idea of ‘traditional schooling’ for instance the teacher, books, reading, listening and so forth.  However, the way these are represented or discussed in today’s education have certainly evolved.  Much like the way technology has evolved and their educational purposes.   The current transition to distance learningContinue reading “Technology and education”

Bee-Bots and Learning

Bee-Bots and Learning

This fall an opportunity presented itself to organize STEM/STIAM Labs.  What a wonderful opportunity it was.  The advancements of experiential learning and students centered learning in schools has vastly changed from simply one computer lab visited once per week.   Classrooms are hosting a number of educational technologies to engage,  expand, and provide experiential learning opportunities. Continue reading “Bee-Bots and Learning”

Educational technologies and methodologies

Educational technologies and methodologies

There were familiar and unfamiliar theories presented in this past week’s readings and discussions.  The purpose of this blog post is to examine how educational technology has evolved and examine how specific types of learners may benefit from these types of learning methodologies.   Envision a timeline of Educational technology. What do you see? Does it Continue reading “Educational technologies and methodologies”

Today’s contemporary educational technology…

Today’s contemporary educational technology…

Is always changing and evolving. For example, the shift of pen and paper to desktops and graphing calculators in the last decade.  As well as the introduction of the use of computers/chrome books in classes, and now virtual classrooms.   I wonder what is next? The most recent challenges facing education systems around the world promptedContinue reading “Today’s contemporary educational technology…”

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