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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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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Accessibility & Adaptability – Text-to-Speech – EDTC 6104 – Module 4

Thought Question: How can I choose digital tools that are assistive and adaptive technologies but still support student learning? Ensuring that the digital tools we choose to share with our students are ADA acceptable and keep equity and accessibility in mind, I am curious about what assistive truly means.  As 13% of students are working … Continue reading Accessibility & Adaptability – Text-to-Speech – EDTC 6104 – Module 4

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ISTE Teaching Standard 3: Model Effective Use of Current & Emerging Digital Tools

This week in my exploration of ISTE Teaching Standards with my graduate program in Digital Education Leadership at Seattle Pacific University, I am examining ISTE Teaching Standard 3 to understand how teachers can… “exhibit knowledge, skills and work processes representative of an innovative professional in a global and digital society.” Embedded in this standard is … Continue reading ISTE Teaching Standard 3: Model Effective Use of Current & Emerging Digital Tools

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ISTE Teaching Standard 1 – Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity

This quarter in my graduate studies in Digital Educational Leadership at Seattle Pacific University, I am exploring the ISTE Teaching Standards as a follow up to my study of the ISTE Student Standards last quarter. I am beginning with a look at ISTE Teaching Standard 1, which centers on facilitating and inspiring student learning and … Continue reading ISTE Teaching Standard 1 – Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity

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Creating Podcasts: Within The Outsiders Unit – Exploring Personal Pursuits & Originality

My final blog post of the academic quarter in my graduate program in Digital Education Leadership is here, and I am eager to share my finished individual project: Creating Podcasts: Within The Outsiders Unit – Exploring Personal Pursuits & Originality. This is a topic that I previously explored in my post,  ISTE 7: Global Collaborator – … Continue reading Creating Podcasts: Within The Outsiders Unit – Exploring Personal Pursuits & Originality

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ISTE – The Empowered Learner: My Hero Project

The next step in my coursework in the Seattle Pacific University, Digital Education Leadership program is to work my way through the ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) 2016 student standards. First, looking at ISTE standard 1 – Empowered Learners, and specifically for my students I will focus on how “students use technology to … Continue reading ISTE – The Empowered Learner: My Hero Project

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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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