Can I imagine my life without technology?
I rely on technology to get through the day at home, school, and work (alarm clock, cell phone, microwave, cooker, refrigerator). There is no area in which technology has not impacted me, and I use technology to monitor my daily activities. Its global availability excites me, and no one...Read More
Hello everyone. I am delighted to have you visit my blog. I am still figuring out who I am, and I have plenty of time to do so. My interest in teaching stems from a visit to my mother’s place of work, where I found her experience fulfilling and...Read More
Summary of learning.
It has been a fun spring semester. I wish my classmates best of luck in their program. Cheers!...Read More
Online education is detrimental to the social and academic development of children.
VERSUS As I listened to both arguments, one aspect that struck me from the topic was the emphasis on “children’s social and academic development.” In an academic setting, simply playing and socializing with other children can increase a child’s self-confidence, and social skills, and, in turn, boost their academic...Read More
Educators and schools have a responsibility to help students develop a digital footprint
It was interesting as I got to debate this topic in Monday’s class. While Kimberly and Gertrude debated the “against” side of the statement, Rae and I discussed the “agree” side. It was a great opportunity to hear the opposing viewpoint and pick up new information. We found a...Read More
Cellphones should be banned in the classroom.
All the Yes points: Cell phones are banned to decrease distraction. Stops cyberbullying Recipe for stress, frustration, and catch-up time for students. Effective classroom learning Rise to educational inequality When banned, help the students stay focused. Healthy relationships among students are achieved when the cellphone is banned. Cheating in...Read More
Is Social Media Ruining Childhood?
There is no denying that social media is an important element of today’s society. During this week’s debate, I had the opportunity to think about the valid and important issues raised by both teams, all of which centered around the word “RUINING.” Is it true that early access to...Read More
Educators have the responsibility to use technology and social media to promote social justice.
It was fascinating to hear the heated debate between the two teams on this topic. Teachers are indeed supposed to educate and promote social justice. These advocates, hope to build a society in which people have equal access to resources and receive fair treatment regardless of their race, gender,...Read More
Schools should no longer teach skills that can be easily carried out by technology.
Both teams’ presentations wowed me. I was really torn between whether schools should no longer teach skills easily carried out by technology or not, as both teams gave very compelling and convincing arguments. Students in the 21st-century are digital natives. They have grown up with technology, and it’s woven...Read More
Debate 2: Technology has led to a more equitable society.
Both debate teams made compelling arguments. Following the presentation, my opinion on the subject shifted, and I was no longer sure whether it was a yes or a no during the post-vote. People and time have evolved. As a result, various industries are increasingly reliant on technology to meet...Read More
Debate1- Technology Enhances Learning I am grateful to the debate teams who spoke on “technology in the classroom enhances learning” (agree and disagree side). Many of the points raised, such as increased collaboration and communication, personalized learning opportunities, student engagement, productivity and efficiency, distraction, health problems, and disconnecting students...Read More