Workshop proposal: Students, technology, and new Google Sites (Community Engagement Project)

This quarter, our Community Engagement Project was to create a professional learning presentation or workshop. For this project, my classmate, Ryan Gritter, and I decided to work together to design a two hour workshop, which we titled Theory and Practice: How Students Use Technology and Using (new) Google Sites to Reach Them. Workshop description: In … Continue reading “Workshop proposal: Students, technology, and new Google Sites (Community Engagement Project)”

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Screencasting in the Classroom: Using Video for School Based PD with Staff and Students

Community Engagement Project For the final project in EDTC 6104 – Digital Learning Environments I’m reflecting on my Community Engagement Project. Using screencasting in the classroom for instruction with students or PD with staff members. I attempted to identify a learning need for a community of educators and design a workshop and presentation to distribute … Continue reading “Screencasting in the Classroom: Using Video for School Based PD with Staff and Students”

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What is troubleshooting? What is it not? (Module 3, ISTE-CS 3e)

For my last week of exploring ISTE Coaching Standard (CS) 3: Digital age learning environments, I focused on indicator 3e – “troubleshoot basic software, hardware, and connectivity problems common in digital learning environments.” I initially started off with different questions, but they led me to these questions: What frameworks or models are there for troubleshooting? What counts as troubleshooting? … Continue reading “What is troubleshooting? What is it not? (Module 3, ISTE-CS 3e)”

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Community Engagement Project

Community Engagement Project for EDTC 6104 Reflection For this blog post, I’m reflecting on the culminating Community Engagement project for EDTC 6104.  The project required that we “create a professional learning presentation or workshop on a topic of your choice that you will use to engage and provide professional growth for an audience of your … Continue reading “Community Engagement Project”

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Community Engagement Project – EDTC 6104

Growing your PLN through Twitter This summer I made a huge life choice by leaving teaching and entering the educational technology industry to continue my work with SPU School of Ed and the Digital Educational Leadership program.  I moved from Seattle to San Francisco and started working for Edmodo as the Community Growth Manager.  I … Continue reading Community Engagement Project – EDTC 6104

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Community Engagement Project – EDTC 6104

Increasing Family Engagement Through Digital Portfolios This summer I’ve stepped outside of my comfort zone.  In my own building, I worked as the Site Coordinator for summer school, my first time truly managing other staff and being in charge of a building.  With my Masters program through SPU, I’ve submitted my first proposal to a … Continue reading “Community Engagement Project – EDTC 6104”

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Module 3: Troubleshooting for All

Introduction to ISTE 3E and 3G This week for my M.Ed. Digital Education Leadership program blog post at Seattle Pacific University. I’m reflecting on a different part of the ISTE coaching standard #3. For this module we are considering indicators E and G of Standard 3. Initially those two indicators and topics seemed unrelated but … Continue reading “Module 3: Troubleshooting for All”

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Be Prepared!: Troubleshooting by Looking at Current Issues and Problems in Education Technology (ISTE Coaching Standard 3 E&G)

“Be Prepared!” I’ve never been a Boy Scout, but I’ve always liked their motto: “Be Prepared.”  And as I was considering this week’s prompt, “Given the opportunities for students and teachers to collaborate globally, how can we help them develop strategies to troubleshoot and resolve issues that can come with increased use of emerging technologies … Continue reading “Be Prepared!: Troubleshooting by Looking at Current Issues and Problems in Education Technology (ISTE Coaching Standard 3 E&G)”

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