Seesaw Tech Tool: Intro

Seesaw is an educational technology platform that can function as a digital portfolio for students to store, showcase, and share class work as well as a communication tool. As a digital portfolio application, it allows students to upload and share files, videos, pictures, voice recordings and more in order to document their learning that occursContinue reading “Seesaw Tech Tool: Intro”

Tech Tool Intro: Co-Writer

Co-Writer is both an iOS app and web extension tool that is one of the multiple educational technology products available from Don Johnson Inc. Co-Writer utilizes word prediction and speech recognition capabilities in order to assist students with writing difficulties as well as decoding difficulties (Ok, 2018). Co-Writer is available as an iPad app, aContinue reading “Tech Tool Intro: Co-Writer”

Annotated Bibliography Week 6- 1

Hung, C. M., Hwang, G. J., & Huang, I. (2012). A Project-based digital storytelling approach to improving students’ learning motivation, problem-solving competence and learning achievement. Educational Technology & Society, 15(4), 368–379. In this article, Hung, Hwang, and Huang share the findings of their quasi-study that combined the use of project-based learning (PBL) with digital storytelling. The authorsContinue reading “Annotated Bibliography Week 6- 1”

EdU 800 Annotated Bibliography Week 3

Salomon, G., & Perkins, D. (2005). Do technologies make us smarter? Intellectual amplification with, of and through technology. In R. J. Sternberg, & D. D. Preiss (Eds). Intelligence and technology: The impact of tools on the nature and development of human abilities (pp. 71-86). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. In this article, the authors discuss the effects of cognitiveContinue reading “EdU 800 Annotated Bibliography Week 3”

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