Jane Addams, The Public School and the Immigrant Child 1908

Jane Addams (September 6, 1860 – May 21, 1935) opened the Hull House settlement. In 1889, she and a friend, Ellen Gates Starr, rented a run-down mansion that once had belonged to a man named Charles Hull.  The Hull House was a settlement house which was created to provide community services to ease urban problems … Continue reading Jane Addams, The Public School and the Immigrant Child 1908

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Project Evaluation of Edmodo Certified Trainer Course (ECT) at Edmodo

Project Evaluation of Edmodo Certified Trainer Course (ECT) at Edmodo – 2017-2018 This project is being conducted by Autumn Ottenad, Community Growth Manager at Edmodo. I am trying to figure out if the new Edmodo Certified Trainer (ECT) program which I recently revamped taking it from six to four weeks is successful because Edmodo wants…

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Bringing Computational Thinking to Educators Professional Learning

As I begin to wrap up my studies in EDTC 6106 Educational Technology Leadership for the DEL program our last inquiry asked us to explore; what does the ideal technology-rich professional learning program look like? From there I began to contemplate Computational Thinking again which is a common thread throughout my studies in SPU’s DEL program.  As…

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Changing the Mindset of School Leaders Through the Empowerment of Instructional Coaches

I have recently explored ISTE Coaching Standard to try to understand how professional learning impacts explicitly the use of education technology. This week specifically I looked at the influence of school leadership or administration and how they influence the professional learning and educational technology adoption process of the staff. Taking advantage of technology in the classroom makes…

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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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Personalization of Adult Learning in Technology Training

ISTE Coaching Standard 4: Professional Development and Program Evaluation How do you get adults to be involved in the planning and evaluation of their online instruction? My interest in this question stems from the fact that I want adults to take more interest in the process of their learning.  Specifically speaking getting in on personalized … Continue reading Personalization of Adult Learning in Technology Training

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Educational Technology or Tech Instructional Coach within a specific subject area? EDTC 6106

For the past couple weeks, I have explored ISTE Coaching Standard 4b – Design, develop, and implement technology-rich professional learning programs that model principles of adult learning and promote digital age best practices in teaching, learning, and assessment. To try to understand how professional learning specifically impacts the use of education technology. Our learning objective for this module expected … Continue reading Educational Technology or Tech Instructional Coach within a specific subject area? EDTC 6106

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ISTE – Computational Thinking -Interconnected Data Collection

This week of my reflection on ISTE Students Standards for my graduate work in Digital Education Leadership at Seattle Pacific University, I am focused on ISTE standard five and specifically; how can I implement interconnected digital data collection and analysis of the data collected to help facilitate problem-solving and decision-making in my classroom? ISTE Student Standard … Continue reading ISTE – Computational Thinking -Interconnected Data Collection

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MISSION STATEMENT & GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Autumn Ottenad’s Mission Statement & Guiding Principles My role as a teacher is to both ready students with the skills and knowledge for a time of hyper-learning and connectedness and engage them to take ownership of their learning. And by hyper-learning, I am referring to the fast-paced educational time we are currently in spurred by … Continue reading MISSION STATEMENT & GUIDING PRINCIPLES

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