Monthly Archives: November 2012

Educational Technology – the past, the present and the future….

As I reflect on the University course – Integrating Educational Technology that I have taken this semester, a few things really stand out as important considerations for my practice. Examining Pedagogy – It is important to look at what the … Continue reading

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Visual Literacy – A Skill for 21st Century Learners

Throughout our course we have been examining learning theories, best practice for incorporating technology into the classroom and the future of education.   As I began to look into a focus for my literature review, I came across what I think … Continue reading

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The “New” Digital Learner

After reading a classmates blog (http://kpunit.wordpress.com/2012/11/10/relevant-knowledge/), where she mentioned that “Not very long ago, I used to carry a bag pack full of books to school. … At the same time I am envious of the school going students of … Continue reading

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