It has been a great journey as it was my 3rd Ed Tech class and I was not at all good with different apps and social media. It made me learn that Technology is important because it is used in all areas of life. When you contemplate your daily routine and count all the technology […]Continue reading
Virtual (VR), Augmented (AR), and Mixed Realities (MR)
With the development of technology. Here, we move on to reality such as augmented reality, virtual reality, and mixed reality. Living in the technological era means witnessing how emerging technologies are incorporated into our daily life. However, not every innovation can take root. As for augmented and virtual reality, its adoption happened so naturally and […]Continue reading
Coding & MakerSpaces… My first experience!
Before this class, I have never tried or even thought about Coding and Makerspaces. It is something new to me, even though my brothers are engineers and I did Informatics Practices in high school but never thought of learning or exploring Coding. I have always thought that it’s one of the difficult areas of learning […]Continue reading
According to my understanding, Assistive Technology (AT) is any piece of technology that helps a student with or without a disability to increase or maintain his/her level of functioning. These include laptops with specialized programs, like speech-to-text, text-to-speech, graphic organizers, and word prediction software. “Assistive technology enables people to live healthy, productive, independent, and dignified […]Continue reading
Technology can be used for instant assessment in many different ways, such as tracking student progress over time. Perhaps even more compelling, however, edtech can also be used to aid formative assessment: helping to boost engagement, identify knowledge gaps, and support further/deeper learning. As we may have seen during the lockdown, cloud-based learning provides increased […]Continue reading
The Social Dilemma
Major Takeaways from the Documentary The documentary examines how social media’s design nurtures addiction to maximize profit and its ability to manipulate people’s views, emotions, and behavior and spread conspiracy theories and disinformation. We call ourselves “Users.” The documentary was overall shocking and disturbing. One thing that stood out to me was the term “users.” […]Continue reading
Tools for distance & online learning..
Making virtual learning or distance learning work for all students is challenging. We can have all the best tools in place, but without equitable access at home for all our students — and adequate prep and training for ourselves — it’s tough to replicate a traditional, in-person learning experience. When distance learning necessitated a reliance […]Continue reading
Productive or Destructive…
Your Brain on Technology Before the invention of the clock, humans perceived time very differently than we do now. To them, time flowed like a stream of water; the transition from one moment to the next was seamless and imperceptible. Once people started tracking time, that all changed. When we invented the first time-keeping devices, […]Continue reading
Education is an integral part of society. Everyone must get an education and teaching students is not an easy profession and even to get the knowledge is not easy as it sounds. So, teaching aids are necessary today. It promotes students to learn and engages them in learning in various engaging ways. The meaning of […]Continue reading
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 […]Continue reading