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Author: Katherine Mihial

TikTok On The Clock – My Summary of Learning

TikTok On The Clock – My Summary of Learning

What a condensed yet impactful summer semester! I had the pleasure of taking EC&I 833 – Educational Technology with Dr. Katia Hildebrandt at the University of Regina. I am so thankful that I took this course, as it has me excited for the upcoming school year this fall! I hope you enjoy my humorous referencesContinue reading “TikTok On The Clock – My Summary of Learning”

Week 4 – Assistive Technologies: My Personal Experience

Week 4 – Assistive Technologies: My Personal Experience

All accessibility tools benefit everyone. They are often created and put in place for specific reasons; however, it ends up being helpful and not an inconvenience to most people. For example, a wheelchair ramp is intended for those who may have a physical disability, but those who have strollers, wagons, or simply want to useContinue reading “Week 4 – Assistive Technologies: My Personal Experience”

Week 3 – Post 2 – Assessment Technologies

Week 3 – Post 2 – Assessment Technologies

Assessment technologies have exploded in the last decade of teaching. Throughout my five years of undergraduate schooling and four years of educating, I have developed my teaching practice alongside this new wave of technology innovation. It can be very overwhelming when new programs are constantly being developed and implemented in schools for various reasons. However,Continue reading “Week 3 – Post 2 – Assessment Technologies”

Week 3 – Post 1 – The Evolution of The Web

Week 3 – Post 1 – The Evolution of The Web

In the grand scheme of things, education has been evolving quite slowly in comparison to technology. Desks in rows, a teacher at the front, writing on a board, and taking tests are all aspects of education that have existed for over two hundred years. We can use this as an example of education 1.0. JackieContinue reading “Week 3 – Post 1 – The Evolution of The Web”

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