Tag: EDTC 6103

An Unconference Model for University Educational Technologists: Edcamp+

Introduction This is the final post for the EDTC 6103! This week the reflection is slightly different focus, but follows the same structure (triggering questions, exploration, integration from cohort, and resolution). This post will incorporate thoughts about ISTE Standards for Teachers¬†5 and ISTE Standards for Coaches 2. I appreciate any feedback you might have. I invite you to comment on… Read more →

Modeling Ethical Use of Media

Introduction In this post I reflect on the fourth ISTE Standards for Teachers. As with previous posts, I use a four-step process. First, I pose a triggering question; second, I explore various resources and research the topic in an effort to answer my triggering question; third, I integrate suggestions from my DEL cohort; finally, I seek a resolution–at least an… Read more →

Implementing Formative Assessment Without Being Technology Focused

Introduction In this post I reflect on the second ISTE Standards for Teachers. I use a four-step process. First, I pose a triggering question; second, I explore various resources and research the topic in an effort to answer my triggering question; third, I integrate suggestions from my DEL cohort; finally, I seek a resolution–at least an attempt. Feel free to… Read more →

Light a Candle: Implementing Campfires, Watering Holes, and Caves into Online Learning

Introduction For this quarter I share reflections on ISTE Standards for Teachers. The process remains the same, but instead of unpacking the standards for students I explore the teacher context. As with my previous reflections, I use a four-step process to reflect broadly at first and then when the focus is narrowed I go deeper. First, I pose a triggering… Read more →

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