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EDTC 6433: Module 3 Reflection – ISTE3: Model Digital-Age Work and Learning

Triggering Event Question: With a minimal level of digital literacy and technological familiarity, how can I demonstrate knowledge, skills, and work processes representative of an innovative educator in a global and digital society? The third ISTE standard urges teachers to “model … Continue reading

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EDTC 6433: Module 2 Reflection – ISTE2: Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments

Triggering Event Question: How can I use contemporary technology tools to strengthen small group collaboration and cooperative learning experiences for my intermediate elementary learners? When imagining my future classroom, two dichotomies emerge: a pervasive atmosphere of group collaboration and creativity, and … Continue reading

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EDTC 6433: Module 1 Reflection

ISTE Standard 1: Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity Triggering Question: How can I use technology to support active student engagement and authentic language use for my English Language Learners? When considering the public school classrooms of the 21st century, … Continue reading

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EDU 6989: Technology in Learning – Friend or Foe?

Being self-proclaimed “technologically illiterate” growing up in a generation of the most technologically-driven minds to date, I was sincerely hoping that Shaffer et. al’s article, titled “Video Games and the Future of Learning” would finally convince me of the essential … Continue reading

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EDU 6526: Collaborative Learning for the Future

I find the concept of cooperative learning to be very fascinating. I certainly agree that as an instructional model it provides countless benefits to the overall learning community. It promotes social skills, group accountability, an overall desire for knowledge and … Continue reading

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