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Assistive Technology: Allowing for Equal Opportunities for All to Learn

Assistive Technology: Allowing for Equal Opportunities for All to Learn

November 18, 2018 Assistive Technologies allow for every student to learn in the ways that best suit their needs. As I have learned from the presentation from this week I learned that there are a vast variety that range from no tech, such as the pencil grip to low tech, like the FM system, to … Continue reading Assistive Technology: Allowing for Equal Opportunities for All to Learn

Assessment Technology in the Classroom: Which One(s) Should I Choose?

Assessment Technology in the Classroom: Which One(s) Should I Choose?

  November 7, 2018 If I were to choose an educational technology tool for assessment (to begin with), my first choice would probably flip grid. We were introduced to Flipgrid as the first assignment in our EdTech class in order to introduce ourselves and explain our reason for joining the class. I was nervous at … Continue reading Assessment Technology in the Classroom: Which One(s) Should I Choose?

Assessment Technology in the Classroom: Which One(s) Should I Choose?

Assessment Technology in the Classroom: Which One(s) Should I Choose?

  November 7, 2018 If I were to choose an educational technology tool for assessment (to begin with), my first choice would probably flip grid. We were introduced to Flipgrid as the first assignment in our EdTech class in order to introduce ourselves and explain our reason for joining the class. I was nervous at … Continue reading Assessment Technology in the Classroom: Which One(s) Should I Choose?

Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Now the Amazing (But Still Kind of The Same)Web 3.0!

Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Now the Amazing (But Still Kind of The Same)Web 3.0!

November 3, 2018 My first memories of the internet do not exist within the domains of the school, but in my family home. I think the first I remember is Windows 95 when I was in middle years. Oh yes, and good old dial-up. I will never forget that connection sound, sitting patiently until the … Continue reading Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Now the Amazing (But Still Kind of The Same)Web 3.0!

Online and Blended Learning or Face-To-Face, That IS the Question

Online and Blended Learning or Face-To-Face, That IS the Question

October 28, 2018 So, this is it. The halfway point. Yee-haw! (I never say yee-haw) I’m doing it! I think I’ve finally become comfortable with Zoom, (it’s about time) . I have learned how to blog (still improving), I set up my first ever Twitter account and, I never thought I would, but I tweet … Continue reading Online and Blended Learning or Face-To-Face, That IS the Question

Learning Theories: Ever-Present in a Life of Learning

Learning Theories: Ever-Present in a Life of Learning

September 29, 2018 After reading the assigned articles for EC&I833 this week about learning theories, (Ah yes, you cannot have an education grad class without reading about and discussing learning theories 😊) I have taken some time to reflect on my learning, my teaching and on my own children’s learning. I am currently on maternity … Continue reading Learning Theories: Ever-Present in a Life of Learning

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