Monthly Archives: July 2016

My Vision for Education

Coming to the end of my Masters program in Educational Technology, I take a moment not to reflect, but to look forward. What do I hope education will become? And how can I play a part in developing that vision? … Continue reading

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Reaching a broader audience

My very first assignment for MAET was a traditional research paper. But it became non-traditional very quickly. That research paper had to be posted on a blog, this blog to be exact. It was my very first post. The potential … Continue reading

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Can you Twitter?

Things move fast in MAET Overseas. With week one and our iCinemagraphs complete, it was time to move on to week two. Infographics were the topic of the week. We were challenged to create an infographic to highlight statistical, timeline, … Continue reading

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What do I teach?

Our first project for Year 3 of MAET Overseas was the iCinemagraph. Our initial instructions were to film video that represented something that we teach. This inspired some really great conversation for me, as I talked with several people about … Continue reading

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