As EC&I 833 comes to a close, I summarize my learning through the following two videos. Thanks to Alec for providing a great course, my classmates for their collaboration and knowledge and especially Channing D for being my personal cheerleader when I learned how to hyperlink and create these videos. This was a great semester!
Last week, along with my classmates Channing and Haiming, I researched the topic of assistive technology and presented our findings to the EC&I 833 class. While gathering information, Channing came across great literature on the concept of assistive technology being no tech, low tech and high tech. During our presentation, Channing presented the following information… Read More »
Given the nature of sporadic substitute teaching, opportunities for me to use assessment technologies rarely present themselves, if ever. Naturally, classroom teachers are choosing to assess students, rather than asking a guest teacher to do it for them. Therefore, for the purpose of this blog post, I have chosen to study Seesaw, in hopes that when… Read More »
The readings assigned for this week were useful to further my understandings of Web 2.0. When considering how the shift to Web 3.0 has on education, I consider Nicole Krueger’s article, “3 things every teacher should be doing with web 2.0 tools. Krueger states that teachers should be: 1. Constantly evaluating what students know 2. Creating… Read More »