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Monthly Archives: September 2011
I’ve recently read “Geeking Out“ . There are many references to young people actively seeking out others who share their intellectual interests. I marvelled at the complex video editing skills mentioned – the results of many hours of blogging & experimentation. They … Continue reading
I’ve recently read Marc Prensky’s “Adopt and Adapt : Shaping Tech for the Classroom“ . I agree that we are “doing old things in new ways” . I think this is wonderful from an educators perspective. Now I can video my students … Continue reading
Whilst reading the various blogs & articles suggested by my COETAIL instrtuctors, I’ve been wondering how can I encourage adaptability & transferability of skills learned in my Art & Photo classes ? Students themselves prove their ease of transfering learning techniques from … Continue reading
Primarily,I’m doing this course because it’s part of the Buffalo State Masters degree program & so I’m doing every course they offer. However I have a particular interest in this course as I really want to create a powerful e-portfolio. … Continue reading
I’m very comfortable using a lot of tech in my classroom. The digital camera, computer, Wacom pen & Photoshop are cornerstones of my teaching practice in Art & Photography .Using digital tools has always enhanced the learning experience of my students. I also use … Continue reading