Leveraging Technology to Transform Education Is it Magic or is it Technology? Enchanted Spaces and Enchanted Objects was the focus of Karlen Chang’s presentations at the recent Toronto Mini Maker Faire (2014). His company creates situations that provoke social emotional … Continue reading
For my course, Learning with Technology (EDUC5101G) at UOIT, we have been using the Problem Based Learning format of examining educational issues. Here is my first draft of my paper examining the question as outlined below utilizing this model as … Continue reading
How can technology be used to help transform “standardized assessment” practices? Some terrific presentations this week from my peers. I know that each presentation shows a lot of discussion and thought around this issue from the different perspectives – student, teacher, … Continue reading
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http://www.homegrownlearners.com/storage/standardized-testing-comic3.jpg?__SQUARESPACE_CACHEVERSION=1366066191994 Education is not meeting its own objectives. It is not always relevant, and is a reflection of past practice which is based on an efficiency model. To me, the biggest problem I see in our education system in Ontario, … Continue reading
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So Catherine and I decided that it would be great to put together a podcast episode, recording our conversation about the article – about Podcasting in higher education. We would discuss and analyze the study…
If you start watching these, you might want to have a box of tissues.
Ely’s High School This activity reminded me a lot of one of those dinner mystery theatres.. and the game Clue. “The Teachers, Principal and Board Facilitator… used the iPads…. in the School…. to help students learn…” What a terrific concept … Continue reading