With the semester coming to a close Nolan Batt and I decided to wrap up our summary of learning by making a mashup of multiple apps and technology explaining what we have learned in ECMP355. Some of those things included how to blog, be a professional tweeter, participate in a learning project, and learn about… Continue reading ECMP355~ Summary of Learning 🍎
Throughout our ECMP355 class, Mr. Alec Couros encouraged us to use technology to help others in our class and others on the world-wide web. This was something new for me as whenever I was to help someone throughout high school it was always in person or over the phone where we could talk it out… Continue reading A Whole New Type Of Helping…
Internet Activism: For all of you who may not know exactly what that means here is a great definition founded on the very trusty site of Wikipedia! Internet Activism (also known as web activism, onine activism, digital campaigning, online organizing, cyberactivism, e-campaigning and e-activism) is the use of electronic communication technologies such as social media,… Continue reading Easy to Click. Just as Easy to Disengage.
Imagine…. You’re eating supper and your cell phone is a distant 5 steps from you on the counter and you hear a crash and a boom. You look behind you to see that your roommate is standing there with remnants of a popcorn maker and many other items that had been comfy on the top… Continue reading Shattered Screen. Shattered Dreams.
With our group projects, I found that a lot of the students were comparing their technological apps or websites to SAMR and how they fit into the model that SAMR shows. I was a little lost with what the SAMR was and how it truly worked. It was especially confusing with all of the different… Continue reading A whole “Latte” of Technology
Codons? Wait I thought that this was for my online course about technology and all I could think of is nucleotides and how three nucleotides code for a specific protein; but that is simply because for the last 2 weeks my head has been all Biology and my nose has been deep into Biology textbooks….… Continue reading Codons? No CODES.
I could not participate in the #edchat on Twitter Thursday evening as I have a Biology Lab that evening! This gave me an opportunity to make my blog post for this week generalized and optional to what I wanted. I decided that I would base this blog on the beautiful subject of Biology and how… Continue reading It’s Biology, Baby….