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Week 7 Reflection

Over the last few weeks, I have had the opportunity to create and revise a GAME plan for teaching. After reading about problem based learning, authentic learning experiences and new kinds of technology integration, I have gained new experiences about … Continue reading

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Week Four: GAME Plan Update

So far my GAME plan is coming along nicely.  I have created an account with Edmodo and two separate groups for each of my freshmen classes.  Edmodo is a “service [which] gives educators an online space to interact with students … Continue reading

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Week Three Blog Post: Continuing the GAME Plan

In order to carry out my GAME Plan, that of focusing on two technology standards, Technology Operations and Concepts, and Planning and Designing Learning Environments and Experiences, I will need to rely on several resources.  The first will be consistent … Continue reading

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Week 2 Application

One of the benefits of teaching is that teachers also get to be students.  We wish for our students to be self-directed, life-long learners, and, because of the changing nature of education, we have to take steps to be the … Continue reading

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Reflection

Personal Learning Theory: Part Two Week 7 Reflection Over the duration of this course, I have had an opportunity to revisit my personal theory on learning.  I have been able to re-acquaint myself with the many ways in which students … Continue reading

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Voice Thread

Here is the link to my Voice Thread.  Thanks. http://voicethread.com/share/2667990/ Rachel

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Social Learning Theory

Social learning theory asserts that students learn from working with and among others, that “when students work in cooperative groups, they make sense of, or construct meaning for, new knowledge by interacting with others” (Pitler, Hubbell, Kuhn, & Malenoski, 2007, … Continue reading

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