Week 1-Part 2: Learn From Educators
EDCI 318 Technology for Teaching & Learning-SUMMER 2018
- The reflection of learning is worth 25 points total.
- Be specific and detailed about what you learned and discovered,
- Include Links, authors name and website title in your post.- 5 points,
- Tweet using class hashtag #edci318 and authors twitter handle (for example my twitter handle is @cyndidannerkuhn)
Requirements for the reflection of learning from the Teachers website/blog
- Your review/reflection of learning must include the website name and author as well as a link to the website/blog you are writing about, but it is best link to things you are discussing as well.
- Make sure your reflection of learning includes specific details about what you discovered exploring the teachers site.
- Additionally, include links to their social media like Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, etc, whatever they use that you find linked from their sites. DIG DEEP.
- Tweet your review from the link you copies in Seesaw and include the Twitter handle for the person you are reviewing as well as our class hashtag #edci318.
- Choose 1 site from the list below, (they are in no particular order) there is a variety, so I am sure you can find one that interests you. If you go to one and don’t like it, find another!
- Take a little time and look at some of these examples from the previous semesters, to get an idea of what to write about. We were using Weebly, so it will look a bit different in Seesaw, but the concept is the same.
- http://brendanclary.weebly.com/shelly-fryer.html ,
Login into Seesaw and add your reflection of learning
Choose Note to add your Reflection of Learning
Publish to the Blog
Copy the link and visit it on the Web
Learning in Hand
WEBSITES OF THE DAY-For Teaching ELL, ESL, & EFL
Ditch That Textbook
Shake Up Learning
Cool Cat Teacher
Free Technology for Teachers
Hooked on Innovation
Learning is Learning
Moving at the Speed of Creativity
MORE SIMILARITIES THAN DIFFERENCES
The PE Geek
Connect, Collaborate, Create
The Principal of Change
Northeran Art teacher