"As we employ the 1 to 1 experience, we need to ask two important questions. Is the 1 to 1 and the device about using technology, or is it about a more meaningful and engaging learning experience? Spending a day online for individual research can be a wonderful simple integration of technology experience, but might not be a true blended learning opportunity. Asking students to research and then collaborate with each other online in a collective experience takes this integration and provides more of a blended experience.
"The blended learning experience allows technology and the online experience to breakdown the traditional classroom allowing important transformation. One might wonder where on the spectrum of simple integration to blending learning a possible learning activity might be. I would like to share a lens of ten ideas that educators may wish to look at as they reflect on their 1 to 1 activity and classroom learning experiences that use technology . Sometimes it is just a simple tweak to bring out the wonderful possibilities of blended learning. Please feel free to read my ideas below that might allow you to use classroom technology to bring out a richer and blended learning experience."
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Love that this list gives you an indication of what is permissible -- whether you need to give attribution and so on.
In simple terms, it is the process of breaking down what you know and information you have, and then evaluating and critically analyzing it in order to make an informed decision without bias.
A critical thinker:
- Is open-minded and mindful of alternatives - Desires to be, and is, well-informed - Judges well the credibility of sources - Identifies reasons, assumptions, and conclusions - Asks appropriate clarifying questions - Judges well the quality of an argument, including its reasons, assumptions, evidence, and their degree of support for the conclusion - Can well develop and defend a reasonable position regarding a belief or an action, doing justice to challenges - Formulates plausible hypotheses - Plans and conducts experiments well - Defines terms in a way appropriate for the context - Draws conclusions when warranted – but with caution - Integrates all of the above aspects of critical thinking
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