Theories of Learning!!

As discussed in the last class about different Theories of Knowledge, Understanding learning theories can result in a variety of outcomes, from improving communication between students and teachers to determining what students learn. There are five primary educational learning theories: behaviorism, cognitive, constructivism, humanism, and connectivism. “Learning is defined as a process that brings together personal and […]

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Educational Technology… My perspective!!

Technology has quickly become a mainstay in the field of education. It provides limitless opportunities for maximizing learning potential in the classroom while helping students prepare for a career in this technology-driven world. As a teacher, technology can make your life easier; it allows you to: Facilitate multiple intelligences Actively engage a wide variety of […]

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Who is responsible for developing Digital Footprint?? Debate:7

Last class, Debaters Rae and Funmilola vs. Gertrude and Kim; both teams shared good knowledge about how and who is responsible for helping our students with digital footprints. In my last course, “Digital Citizenship and Media literacy” by Alec; I was first time introduced to the terminology and meaning of Digital Footprints and as discussed […]

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Promoting Social Justice through technology and Social Media… Debate:4

Historically, classrooms have been the stage for social change, providing a venue to promote and accelerate new ideas. In addition to academic instruction, one of a classroom teacher’s most important roles is to help students develop the critical thinking, collaboration, and self-reflection skills necessary to foster a better society. Teachers must also be aware of […]

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Schools should no longer teach skills that can be easily carried out by technology!! Debate:3

With its various applications, technology has rapidly revolutionized all aspects of our everyday lives. It has slowly but surely also impacted education and how we shape young minds. And as is always the case with technology, some schools have embraced it, while some continue to resist it for various reasons. The traditional classroom learning method […]

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