Let’s Conclude – My Summary of Learning

I can’t believe seven weeks has come and gone already. I have learned so much and I can’t thank everyone enough for pushing my conscience to think and reflect on all the wonderful topics related to the contemporary issues related to educational technology. I have grown as a teacher and as a person all thanks... Continue Reading →

Are Teachers Supposed to be Social Activists?

Our last debate topic clearly is a tough and thorough subject to elaborate on. Mike and Jacquie and Michala and Brad had their work cut out for them with this one. I lift my hat up to them because they did a great job defending their point of view. Mike and Jacquie started of the... Continue Reading →

Does Google Have a Bachelor of Education Degree?

Photo credit: "Laptop" by @DaskBlogs is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 The answer to this question is: NO! The teacher using Google is the one with the pedagogical skills. This means it is the teacher’s responsibility to find pedagogically researched ways to use Google to help students learn! This also means, for most of the time (not all the... Continue Reading →

Techology = Equity?

First, I would like to state that Victoria, my debate partner, and I worked hard to research this topic because we both were more inclined to think that technology IS a force for equity in society. Together, we read over 30 articles and broadened our knowledge and awareness on this topic to find ways to... Continue Reading →

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