Teaching with Google Chrome

This week’s blog post had us exploring Google Chrome extensions.  According to Chrome, extensions are “small software programs that customize the browsing experience. They enable users to tailor Chrome functionality and behavior to individual needs or preferences. They are built on web technologies such as HTML, JavaScript, and CSS.”  They fulfill a single purpose and …

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Cognitivist to Connectivist

I just started my eight year of teaching and to say things have changed over that time is an understatement.  I still remember my first year of teaching clearly – even though I’ve tried to block most of it out at this point.  I was naïve, I was young, and I was not confident which …

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Educational Technology in a Pandemic

And so here I am, at the beginning of the end: my last first blog post of a semester!  For this week’s blog post, we were asked to define educational technology.  To me, educational technology involves all the tools, strategies and different pedagogical ideals teachers strive for in the modern classroom and making it work …

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