Conversations on Digital Games in the Classroom: Kahoot

Retrieved from: https://sites.google.com/site/technicallymiddle/kahoot This week we were asked to conduct a theoretical conversation between two parties regarding technology use in the classroom. So my partner Kayci and I invented a conversation around the use of Kahoot as a learning tool in the classroom. The conversation was instigated by a seasoned, old fashion teacher named Mrs. Crumplebottom who … Continue reading Conversations on Digital Games in the Classroom: Kahoot

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What Does the Internet Say? Cyber Sleuthing my Awesome Colleague

This week our task was to pick a colleague from our class and to conduct some cyber-sleuthing on them. We were meant to examine their online presence and to see what sort of impression they were creating for themselves on the web. I chose to find some dirt on Kayci Henderson. via GIPHY  After some very … Continue reading What Does the Internet Say? Cyber Sleuthing my Awesome Colleague

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Digital Citizenship and the Disconnection Dilemma

This week in class we talked about the importance of teaching our students Digital Citizenship as opposed to simply internet safety skills. As educators, it is our responsibility to provide students with the tools they need in order to be successful in the real world. With the world becoming increasingly digital and the normalization of … Continue reading Digital Citizenship and the Disconnection Dilemma

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