Monthly Archives: September 2011

Week 3 Reflection 2

Well, maybe this is being posted after my Week 4 reflection. I suppose that just means it will have to be that much more insightful. So where do I now sit in my custom-built, Sean-sized, meat suit, one nerve ending … Continue reading

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Week 3

I always liked Bloom and his taxonomy. This recreated version has a layout that is easily adaptable to a new, tech friendly outlook. It further embraces many of the new information skills required for success in the digital age, just … Continue reading

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Adopt and Adapt: Shaping Tech for the Classroom

The introduction to this reading really struck home with me. Throwing the tools of technology around, even one-to-one, does not equate informed, effective use of technology. Having been involved in a recent job search and having discussed the use of … Continue reading

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Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age

http://www.connectivism.ca “…the connections that enable us to learn more are more important than our current state of knowing.” George Siemens In this piece George Siemens argues for a new learning theory, connectivism, as the technological changes of the burgeoning digital … Continue reading

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Putting it to work

I am getting my G6 class to add their email adds to a shared Google doc along with their own new password protected individual blog site details. So far they have posted reflections on an art assignment and are recording … Continue reading

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This is it. Let’s not forget THIS…

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Picking up my game

Well, new job or not, after looking at some cohort blogs I will have to make the time to get a little more active. The new ‘e-mobile’ wi-fi coming later in the month should help as the iPad will become … Continue reading

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Living and Learning with New Media Reflection

Hmmmm… I wonder if it might be considered clever to put the highlighted sections from this reading in a blog post. It would certainly demonstrate some technical skill on my part to have saved the reading to my iPad’s Good … Continue reading

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