Tagged: edtech

7 Things Every Young Person Should Know About The Internet 0

EdTech 521: Netiquette Rules

Website to Netiquette Lesson shown above. What is Netiquette? Netiquette is a proper way of relating to other people online. It involves respecting one another, and treating people as human beings deserve to be treated even though communication is not...

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Second Life Astronomy Lesson

In my Teaching and Learning in Virtual Worlds course we have been challenged to teach a lesson in a virtual world to the rest of the class. Something I have always wanted to do was build learning experiences in Second...

Image of students in Mr. Farley's class taking a Google Expedition 0

Not Ready Player One

I’m three weeks into two courses on VR and AR for education and so far I’m a bit disappointed in both. I was similarly disappointed when I signed up, did all the paperwork for, and brought Google Expeditions to my...

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Project #6: Coherence Analysis

Have you ever noticed when navigating unfamiliar city streets, that you turn your music down? There is nothing about looking for street signs or avoiding traffic that requires you to hear, yet you turn the music off when you need...

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Personal Graphic

In my Graphic Design for Learning class at Boise State the students were asked to create a graphic or series of graphics that shows who they are and what they like to do. I have never got a tattoo, but...

Content Curation 0

Content Curation

View my Flipboard Magazine. Content curation is something I have always been interested in but just couldn’t find the time to do it well. A good content curator does all the work for you by finding great information and making...

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The Digital Divide at San Leandro High School

The above image is a link to a presentation I created in my EdTech 501 class on The Digital Divide. I have thought for some time now that the idea that students are advanced with technology is a popular myth....

Starting a New Adventure

“All glory comes from daring to begin” –-Eugene F Ware This quote was texted to me by my coach Aubrey Nolan the morning of my Ironman triathlon. I was nervous in the elevator heading down to breakfast when it pinged...