Tag: online learning

Be You: Informal Videos by Teachers and Reflective Journals by Students

This is the second post for EDTC 6104. I recommend reading my first post to get an idea where I came from as I explore digital learning environments. This week I was exposed to a number of new scholars in the education and technology sphere. Below I share summaries from this week’s readings and comment on what I found 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 →

Community: The Primary Ingredient for Online Learning

Introduction Last week I posted about ISTE Standards for Students 1 (ISTE 1). If you are interested in learning more about the process I encourage you to visit that post. This week I move to the second standard, ISTE 2. I use the same process as before: I approach the standard with a triggering question, explore the question by researching… Read more →