A new week means a new debate! This week McKayla and Brooklynn argued if schools should be teaching things that can be Googled. If you asked me this question the day before, my answer would have been a for sure yes. Going into this debate, I thought that students need to know information and have… Continue reading Just Google It?!
So this week, we had the first of several Great EdTech Debates. This weeks topic……… *insert drum roll noise here*…………. Does technology in the classroom enhance learning? Going into this debate, I wasn’t sure if technology in the classroom enhances or hinders learning. Personally, I haven’t had too much experience in the classroom. Aside from… Continue reading Technology Enhances Learning. Agree or Disagree?
Kids today have access to the internet. There is no denying that. They have iPads, phones, snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, vsco; the list goes on and on. But do they know about digital identity? Do they know what it is and how it can affect them? Do they know how to avoid having it stolen? This week… Continue reading Digital Identity and Kids. Do They Know?
This week Katia shared with the the good, the bad and the ugly in regards to technology. We talked a lot about the downsides to technology as well as the upsides. After thinking about the class discussion and watching Sherry Turkle’s TED Talk “Connected, but Alone?” I have just one question; am I controlling technology or is… Continue reading Who’s Controlling Who?
Hi everybody! My name is Jordyn and I am an Response to Intervention Coach in Wawota which is located in Southeast Cornerstone School Division. I grew up in a small town called Kipling, aka home of the World’s Largest Paperclip, with my parents and little brother. My dad is a phys ed teacher turned career counsellor for Prairie Valley… Continue reading Hey There, Hi There, Ho There!
Here is mine and Katy’s Summary of Learning for ECMP 355 which means we are done!!! We had fun making it so we hope you have fun watching it!
I am going to be completely honest. I somewhat lacked in this department. I probably could have contributed more but that doesn’t mean I didn’t contribute at all. It just was not as much as I would have liked to. So let’s begin this summary of my contributions to others learning… Twitter: Over the course… Continue reading Contributing to Others Learning