When asked about the importance of educational technology, only a few rated it as important. I'd love to say that this is because technology has become normal and ubiquitous. However, that doesn't seem to be the case. Many of the future teachers said things like, "technology is a great thing when it works," or "I did fine without technology" or even "I think it's distracting to real learning."
To become an outstanding teacher you need to prioritise your own learning. It's very easy to exhaust yourself by putting ever more energy in to keeping the proverbial hamster wheel spinning, but sometimes you need to step ...
Personalized learning is on the rise for learners in our schools. Redesigned schools include personal learning plans, playlists of content tailored to fit each learner, adaptive curriculum, and access to learning anytime and anywhere. That's great for students but what about teachers? Where's the pe
I have been writing profusely on Blooms Taxonomy here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning but have never thought that Twitter can be tied to it until I came across this wonderful graphic from Teachbytes. Honestly I am so much inspired by the great work Aditi has been doing in her blog and particularly this idea of connecting Twitter to Blooms Taxonomy has got me in AWE. Have a look at this graphic and share it with your colleagues. I am pretty sure you will love as much as I did.
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Our special education department uses the crucial questions framework in planning and providing professional development opportunities to our special education teachers in the form of differentiated professional learning ...
"My personal journey with this social media has opened up and transformed my educational world. Because of Twitter, I have enjoyed several professional experiences over the past six months like connecting with colleagues at edcamps, traveling to California to attend conference and collaborate with other educators, and establishing online communities and conversations through hashtags like #bcedchat. I am passionate about the use of this tool, among many, to help educators connect and transform their own professional learning experience.
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