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‘Cause I’m Going to Stand By You, Even If We’re Breaking Down Assessment Technologies, We Can Find a Way to Break Through…

‘Cause I’m Going to Stand By You, Even If We’re Breaking Down Assessment Technologies, We Can Find a Way to Break Through…

Assessment Technologies & Methods(Week 4: Post 1) Experiences with Assistive Technology Daniel, Darcy, Janeen, and Reid walked us through assistive technologies this week, and used breakout rooms in a unique way, by keeping small groups together an…

I Don’t Care What They’re Going to Say, Let the Assessment Rage On, The Learning Never Bothered Me Anyways…

I Don’t Care What They’re Going to Say, Let the Assessment Rage On, The Learning Never Bothered Me Anyways…

Assessment Technology & Practices(Week 3: Post 2) In this week’s second presentation, we learned more about assessment technologies and practices and were reminded of assessment for, as and of learning and how that may look. They also discussed for…

If I Were Single-Tasking, I’d Turn Off My Phone, Tell Everyone It’s Broken, So They’d Think I Was Multi-Tasking Alone

If I Were Single-Tasking, I’d Turn Off My Phone, Tell Everyone It’s Broken, So They’d Think I Was Multi-Tasking Alone

Investigating the Internet & Productivity (Week 2: Post 1) Is the Internet Really a Productivity Tool? Prior to watching the Single-Tasking is the New Multi-Tasking video, I wouldn’t have given much thought to whether the internet was a productivit…

STOP! Collaborate & Listen.

STOP! Collaborate & Listen.

Focusing on Meaningful Interactions within My Online Blended Learning Course This week, we were assigned to read Bate’s (2019) Online Collaborative Learning, from Chapter 4 section 4. Although I feel as if I have a pretty good understanding of the mean…

It Must Have Been Love… Or Maybe Copyright?

It Must Have Been Love… Or Maybe Copyright?

A Brief Overview of a Basic Inquiry I’m not really sure why, but for some reason I found myself struggling to write this week, which is very unusual because I usually have so much to say. As I pondered what to write about, I felt as if I wasn’t really[…

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