Category Archives: edtech

Digital Footprint…What kind of mark are you leaving?

In my first year as a TOSA I have worked with a lot of teachers one-on-one. I have taught small group sessions and even presented to 30+ teachers at a time. What I haven’t done a lot of is work … Continue reading

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Conferences, Connections and Community

This post is a little late, but having just finished my first year in my new position as an Instructional Technology, TOSA (Teacher on Special Assignment), I would be remiss if I didn’t post a reflection. I transitioned into this … Continue reading

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Twitter chat anyone?

I participated in my first Twitter Chat the other night. Every Monday night at 8:00 pm PST a group of TOSAs (that’s the acronym for Teacher on Special Assignment, of which I am one) gather together on Twitter to chat … Continue reading

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Hoping to make a difference in the world

One of the reason I swore I would never get a Masters is that I have had entirely too many educational experiences in which I felt I was simply jumping through hoops to earn a piece of paper. So, when … Continue reading

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An Ill-Structured Problem

This week in CEP 812 we looked at different types of problems we come across in our profession.  They were categorized in three different ways.  First, Well-Structured Problems, which have one definite best solution.  The second, Ill-Structured problems have many … Continue reading

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Lessons in Application

It has been a month since the end of my most recent class at MSU.  While I have not been working on coursework for the MAET program, I have had a few opportunities to apply the lessons I have learned … Continue reading

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