Wow! What a whirlwind. Well, here it is, my final post for EC&I 833. For my summary of learning I used a combination of Google Slides (which I am very familiar with) and WeVideo (which was all new learning). I have learned SO much in such a short amount of time. Thank you for being … Continue reading Week Four: Summary of Learning
This week Reid, Janeen, Darcy and Daniel had us thinking about assistive technologies. As an LRT, assistive technology is a part of my job. Assistive technology should not be limited to the classroom, but also used in our home lives and in the workplace. As shared in the presentation, technology does not have to be … Continue reading Week Four: Assistive Technologies
“I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.” – Albert Einstein This week I had the privilege of working alongside Christina, Laurie and Ramona to present on assessment technologies. In preparation for our presentation we had several discussions around what this looks like in each of … Continue reading Wee 3, Post 2: Assessment Technologies
This week Arkin, Christopher, Rae and Kat shared the evolution from Web 1.0 to Web 3.0. From what began as a content delivery network, read only Web 1.0 (1990s-2000) quickly evolved to Web 2.0 (2000-2010), the read-write web where users could interact with various sites, to Web 3.0 (2010- present), also known as the read-write-execute … Continue reading Week 3, Post 1: Education 3.0- Will everyone get there?
“That’s kind of been the gift of COVID-19- it has made it impossible to ignore the societal inequities that have been becoming deeper and broader over the past couple of generations.” Nicole McCormick, Teacher When discussing remote learning experiences, I would say that my context is somewhat different from most. My role as a vice … Continue reading Week Two, Post Two: Tools for Distance and Online Education
The internet, a productivity tool or a distraction? This question could be debated with either side having rational, reasoned arguments and compelling evidence. Within education today, I would find it very difficult to do my job as efficiently without the internet, yet quite often find my self down the rabbit hole that James Hamblin MD … Continue reading Week Two: Productivity vs. Distractibility