I have already expressed my unease with my experience in Second Life. The past two weeks have been a bit stressful and it seemed that no matter what I tried, I was always one step, okay, more like 20 steps, behind the rest of the class. Considering my luck lately, it did not surprise me,… Continue reading My Tuesday Night Tour
I think that I just finished one of the most technologically frustrating weeks ever. I thought that some of the things that I was asked to do last semester in ECI 831 were out of my element, but my introduction to Second Life was not a smooth one. The one satisfying thing I learned was,… Continue reading Do I have room for a second life?
When I finished reading, The Song Remains the Same: Looking Back to the Future of Educational Technology by Punya Mishra, Matthew J Koehler, Kristen Kereluik. TechTrends. Washington: Sep/Oct 2009. Vol. 53, Iss. 5; p. 48, for an assignment for my ECI 832 class, I couldn't help but think this was a conversation we have all… Continue reading Can we rewrite the educational song?
While trying to decide what blog(s) I was wanting to follow this term in ECI 832, I came across a post on the "Cool Cat Teacher" blog on making a case for cell phone use in class. This caught my attention immediately, because I am always expressing my wish for students to have access to… Continue reading Is It Really That Simple?
http://www.flickr.com/photos/27550931@N03/2569927379/ In my ECI 832 course we were asked to pin point our current coordinates on our technology compass. It is difficult, but important, to face exactly where we are when it comes to technology. It can be impossible to move forward if we do not know where we are starting and this can cause… Continue reading What are my current coordinates?
I love working on my learning curve again! There is so much information out there and it is good to have a reason to allow myself the time to surf and learn. One of the first assignments we were given in ECI 832 was to take a learning styles and multiple intelligences inventory and think… Continue reading I Wonder?