During “The Great EdTech Debate” in #edtc400, I will be arguing that technology enhances learning. Here is my debate video to help prove my point!
This week, I presented my cross-curricular lesson for grade three English and Drama about online safety. Although the class would have likely taken longer with grade threes, it was still great to see my lesson come to life and to see my classmates engaged in the activity that I had planned. If this lesson wasContinue reading “Online Safety Lesson Put to the Test”
Our class discussion about digital identity has completely changed the way I view the technological world that we live in. Since my teen years, I have grown up with the shadow of social media and technology, but I haven’t really sat back to see the dramatic impact that it has had on my life andContinue reading “Our Identity and Reality Turned Digital”
This week, I had the opportunity to participate in my first #saskedchat and it was quite the experience. At the beginning, it was nice to feel welcomed in the chat with a shoutout from the host. From there, the questions started rolling in. I will admit, it didn’t happen as fast as I thought itContinue reading “Twitter as a Networking Tool”
After searching my digital identity on multiple social media platforms, I quickly realized that there are a lot of “Meg Anderson’s” which made finding information about myself quite difficult. There was no trace of my digital identity on Google Images, YouTube, or Twitter (although my Twitter is only used for professional purposes). When searching myContinue reading “My Identity Through a Screen”
Welcome to my blog for EDTC 400! My name is Meg and I am a math education student with a minor in English and am currently in my second year of the program. I have also had my heart set on being a teacher so I am thrilled to be on this path and headedContinue reading “Introduction Post”