It is interesting to note that the unhierarchically structured aspect of this presentation is challenging some of us. The fact that, even though I posted and began this presentation on Wednesday, I can still go in and address questions and comments that come up go to show how great of a tool this is. I... Continue Reading →
Humanistic writing helps students begin to develop agency, the ability, power, and courage to begin crafting who they are. I define humanistic writing as the ability to insert parts of oneself into a piece of writing instead of professional or dead writing where you need to stay objective. However, objectivity is impossible for humans since... Continue Reading →
I chose the different technology because I wanted to make a treasure hunt of sorts. When I was teaching in the schools, my favorite thing to do was do what I called a Jeopardy lesson. This is where the first slide has a bunch of things that the students can learn about in whatever order... Continue Reading →
Web 1.0 What is it? Examples Web 1.5 Transition Web 2.0 What is it? Examples Web 3.0 What is it?
What does Web 3.0 look like? What are it's characteristics? Web 3.0 has yet to be fully defined because we may be in the in-between stage. Some think that Web 3.0 will help us find information faster. What does the evolution of the internet have to do with Blogs? Blogs offer a chance to express oneself... Continue Reading →