Tag: EDTC 6101

Redeeming Anonymous Spaces

This past fall quarter I completed one of the first courses in SPU’s MEd in Digital Education Leadership. The course, Values, Ethics, and Foundations in Digital Education, required weekly reflections on readings and class discussions. Eric Stoller’s recent Inside Higher Ed piece, Don’t Ban Yik Yak, inspired me to adapt my reflection–regarding anonymity and digital wellness–into a blog post about… Read more →

Digital Readiness Project Reflection

Process In the first course of the digital education leadership program we were asked to interview an administrator from our individual contexts with questions based on the 5th standard, digital citizenship, for technology coaches from the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE). Our first course provided a foundation to ask questions analyzing the digital readiness of a particular aspect… Read more →