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EC&I 832- Major Learning Project Summary

Wow! I can’t believe that it is already April and here we are at the end of EC&I832. This class has just flown by. I was hoping to have the time to make even more posts for my final project, but somehow we are done already! I will conclude with this post which summarizes myContinue reading "EC&I 832- Major Learning Project Summary"

Summary of Learning

Wow. Time has flown so fast. It’s hard to believe we are almost done with our semester. I am grateful to Alec and all my classmates for such a knowledgeable journey. I have learned a lot from EC&I 832 subject. I was not aware of many tools such as Flipgrid, Peardeck, and websites like Bit wander, Yandex which I learned from this class. Also, the Ribble’s nine elements of digital citizenship is very interesting and covers to be a good citizen online. I worked with my classmate Lovepreet and together we completed our Summary of Learning. I am also thankful to Lovepreet for her time and efforts in this assignment.

Below is the link of my Summary of Learning

App Overhaul: Quizizz

How Have I Been Using This App? I chose Quizizz as the platform to try for the educational portion of my major project as I wanted to explore something that I could use in the classroom and that was highly interactive. I had heard the name Quizizz before, but had never taken the time toContinue reading "App Overhaul: Quizizz"

EC&I 832- Summary of Learning

Wow! This semester has just flown by. I have very much enjoyed my time throughout this course learning about Digital Citizenship and Media literacies. I have learned many practical things that I can take with me as a person, a learner, an educator, and a future parent in regards to technology, social media, and everythingContinue reading "EC&I 832- Summary of Learning"

Moral, Ethical, and Legal Issues Surrounding Social Media In the Classroom

Social media is by far one of the most popular words now a days, especially in a classroom. Students of all ages are singing up for accounts on all sorts of platforms and are eager to discuss the latest trends. Many teachers (and other adults) also have social media accounts. In an attempt to continueContinue reading "Moral, Ethical, and Legal Issues Surrounding Social Media In the Classroom"

Fake News

Everyday, I am someone who wakes up and immediately scrolls through their phone. I always follow the same schedule: check emails, check messages, scroll through Facebook, quick check on Instagram, and sometimes a scroll through Twitter. This “morning update” is typically how I gather my information. I am not one to watch the news veryContinue reading "Fake News"

App Overhaul: Instagram

For my major project, I decided the best way to share updates is to complete app overhauls. I plan on using these select specific posts to share as much information as I can about each platform I have explored during my project. Fair warning- these posts will probably be quite lengthy. I plan on usingContinue reading "App Overhaul: Instagram"

What Is Literacy in 2022?

Our blog prompt this week asks us : what does it mean to be literate today? Well, let’s start with the first idea that people tend to have when they hear the words “literate” or “literacy.” Often times, our first thought is the ability to read and write. Usually, this level of literacy is alsoContinue reading "What Is Literacy in 2022?"

Our Roles in Digital Citizenship Education

Every year, teachers are asked to cover a certain amount of minutes per subject. Here is the breakdown according to the Ministry of Education in Saskatchewan for grades 1-5: There is one subject that appears to be missing from our curriculum : digital citizenship. As our world continues to evolve and rely increasingly on technology,Continue reading "Our Roles in Digital Citizenship Education"