Technology means equity? Tonight's debate, was once again, was very informative and brought forth some valid points on both sides. However, I must say that I sided more with the disagree side for a couple of different reasons: As stated in the article posted by Jasmine and Victoria, other equity issues still remain such as … Continue reading May the Force Be With You…When You Have Access and the Skills to Use Technology
Source I was floored by the debates that were presented today and definitely scared of the work I have to do with my partner, Jocelyn, to prepare for our argument next week. However, I was so glad that Matt and Trevor as well and Amanda and Nancy set the bar high for what the rest … Continue reading Technology in the Classroom Enhances Learning….Or Does It?
March 4, 2020"I just want March to be over! I'll finally be able to breathe."Well, the abrupt halt to all activities and normal work routine mid-March helped end my misery of busyness and complaining. However, I now had new things that have added a different type of stress and worry to my life...the unknown. My … Continue reading The new normal
Thanks for following! MAJOR PROJECT PROPOSAL To write a summary for my major project, I started to read through all of my posts. I found it interesting that within the first couple of paragraphs into my first entry, I had stated in my initial proposal, "I could learn more about digital identity and citizenship alongside … Continue reading Well, that’s a wrap!
It has been a while (almost a month) since I last posted about my major project. There are a couple of reasons for this (in order): #1 - unsure of what direction to go next with my project#2 - lack of interest/participants for my new direction (I'll explain more below), so I left the window … Continue reading Digital Dialogue
Source The concept of “being literate” today has a bit of a different definition as time goes on. During my exploration of a definition of literacy, much to the same findings as Catherine, I also came across a few different definitions that focus on a socially constructed viewpoint on literacy. "Literacy is a social construction, … Continue reading Being literate? What does it mean to you?
Are you guilty of saying some of these things or have heard colleagues mutter these? "I'm not a computer person." "It's easier to just not use technology at all." "These kids don't know how to act when they go online. They are always off task." "I'll show that #digcit video on Friday if I have … Continue reading DigCit State of Mind