Educators Digital Citizenship through Global Collaboration and Competency

At the center of my current studies with the Digital Education Leadership program at Seattle Pacific University is ISTE Coaching Standard 4, which focuses on how professional learning can best support teacher practice and, ultimately, student learning.  And as the country recently suffered another tragedy in a public school shooting rampage.  I think that this post is poignant as it … Continue reading Educators Digital Citizenship through Global Collaboration and Competency

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Global Collaborative Project – Social Emotional Experiment – EDTC 6103 & 6104

This week in my exploration of ISTE Coaching Standards with my graduate program in Digital Education Leadership at Seattle Pacific University, I am continuing to examine ISTE Coaching Standard 3 and specifically point G, in an effort to understand how teachers can create… This standard immediately made me think of my final assignment and Global … Continue reading Global Collaborative Project – Social Emotional Experiment – EDTC 6103 & 6104

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Global Collaborative Project

Global Collaborative Project. Personally, the most satisfying and fulfilling teaching I’ve done all year was with the 2nd grade team of teachers and students in executing our Communities Around the World project. Here is a recap of the 2nd grade Communities Around the World-Global Collaborative Project presented with Timeline JS, a Northwestern University school of […]

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Global Collaborative Project Reflection | EDTC 6103

Fourth grade students in classrooms across the country experienced the power of descriptive writing and collaborating through the Monster Exchange Project! This unit was part of a Global Collaboration Project (GCP) for my EDTC 6103 course which focused on giving students the opportunity to share their work and collaborate outside of the classroom. Global Collaborative Projects help students become connected learners […]

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EDTC 6103 Module 4 Resolution

The Question For this module I investigated the question, What online experiences should students have had before they leave high school?  The answers I found can be summed up in the word- AGENCY.  Meaning, students need to experience capacity to act in a digital environment and feel control over their own behavior.   While George […]

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ISTE Teaching Standard 4 Reflection

References: K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum | Common Sense Media. (n.d.). Retrieved May 27, 2016, from https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/digital-citizenship SAMR Model – Technology Is Learning. (n.d.). Retrieved May 25, 2016, from https://sites.google.com/a/msad60.org/technology-is-learning/samr-model Standards for Teachers. (n.d.). Retrieved May 25, 2016, from http://www.iste.org/standards/ISTE-standards/standards-for-teachers

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Digital Tools Abound:  Connection Between GCP and ISTE Teaching Standard 2

My Global Collaborative Project (GCP) is to facilitate the #NWTOSACHAT for an evening.  Reflecting on the connection between ISTE Teaching Standard 2, Design and Develop Digital Age Learning Experiences and Assessments and my preparation and live facilitation, I would like to share that facilitating a Twitter Chat involves incorporating many many digital tools.  To begin […]

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Redefining the Writing Process through Digital Instruction, Collaborative Projects and Assessments

Reflection Overview While last semester of SPU’s Digital Education Leadership master’s program focused on ISTE standards for students, this semester has examined ISTE standards for teachers.  So far, we have looked at standard one, to facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity, and standard two, to design and develop digital age learning and assessments.  Naturally, these […]

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