Contributing to The Learning of Others

In the course EDTC300, one of the main takeaways is the use of technology to encourage learning. This blog will be dedicated to how I contributed to the learning of others!Ā  First well start off with replying to my classmatesā€™ blogs! I tried to be as positive as I could when commenting on peopleā€™s blogsā€¦

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Coding My Own Flappy Bird

In this weeks class we learned a little bit about coding and for this blog post Iā€™ll be taking you through what making my own Flappy Bird game looked like! The first thing I did was went to Code.org and played an Hour of Code. I chose the Flappy bird game to reminisce when itā€¦

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*ALERT* FAKE NEWS *ALERT*

In a world where fake news and information is everywhere, it becomes more important than ever to teach students aboutĀ digital literacy. What is digital literacy you ask,Ā Western City University describes it as,Ā ā€œUnderstanding how to use web browsers, search engines, email, text, wiki, blogs, Photoshop, Powerpoint, video creation/editing software, etc. to showcase learning. Evaluating online resourcesā€¦

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Cybersleuthing & Digital Identity

Cybersleuthing, how fun! Looking someone up and seeing what I can find out about them! Honestly, looking at my partner was kind of creepy. Not because there was anything bad that I found but because I felt like I was being a creep.Ā Ā The first thing I did was a search on google, I simply justā€¦

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Testing Cricut Life Hacks

Welcome to my learning project post #5 where I put Cricut Life Hacks to the test! Ā Using a Cricut can be kind of challenging and very expensive so Iā€™m hoping that these life hacks will make crafting a little easier and affordable! Life Hack 1: Cleaning my mat After using your mat the stickiness startsā€¦

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Digital Citizenship in My Classroom

This week in class we learned about Ribbleā€™s nine elements of digital citizenship. Digital citizenship refers to the use of technology in appropriate and responsible ways. In Ribbleā€™s post, he shows teachers how to educate their students to use technology to its maximum capacity. Since technology is used for mostly everything, I think it isā€¦

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