Digital Literacy and Fake News

Fake News is everywhere. Ever since I was in High School it has been drilled in my head that finding 3 sources for a topic means that it is most likely accurate information. At the time, I thought that it was an annoyance to have to support one piece of evidence with three seperate sources; […]

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Digital Stalking

For the week of March 24, our class decided to digitally stalk or sleuth one another. We tried to dig up dirt on one another, or more accurately, we tried to help one another out by pointing out what information we could find on them through google. This was amazing because it allowed us to […]

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Online Learning Environments

This week, in my Education Technology class, the prompt we have been giving to discuss is: “How do we leverage the affordances of our new digital culture to develop increasingly authentic, engaging, relevant, and caring learning environments for our students?” After reading this prompt I started to reflect on my learning so far in University, […]

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Google Classroom

Over the reading week my EDTC 300 class required me to take a deep dive into a new technological tool that could be used in a classroom setting. The tool I used was Google Classroom! What is it?Google Classroom is an amazing tool. It allows you to post content for students, keep track of student […]

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Twitter Thoughts

I have had a Twitter account for many years now; however, I have never used it for educational purposes. I have only ever used it as a news source and I have only ever retweeted posts and never created my own. It has officially been one week since I first started using Twitter for educational […]

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Introduction

Hi, I’m Sarah Adams-Huber and this is my blog! This blog is a place for me to use technology in order to further my understanding of Education. Due to Covid-19, the use of technology in an education setting has become more prevalent than ever. I conducted my internship at Thom Collegiate last semester, and during […]

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