Monthly Archives: April 2013

Cyberbullying

While the development of technology has mainly been used in a positive light in educational spheres to further children’s learning in fun and beneficial way, it also has its downfalls; namely cyber bullying. Most commonly cyber bullying takes “a physiological … Continue reading

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Social- Constructivism

Today in my blog I will be talking about social-constructivism. This is a teaching and learning model that was born out of a backlash to the objective or transmission style of learning. For those who are not familiar with teaching … Continue reading

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eLearning

With new technology comes new ways of teaching and learning. An interesting new phenomenon can be seen with mobile learning devices. Attwood in his elearning paper explores the term ubiquitous computing, the notion that “connectivity will become available almost everywhere … Continue reading

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Promoting Intellectual Quality with an IWB

My first blog entry will delve into the interesting and ever-changing area of technology in education, and more specifically interactive whiteboards (IWB). Ever since the introduction of IWB in classrooms there have been fierce debates as to whether or not … Continue reading

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