Sunday, August 31, 2014

Blog Post Assignment #2 What Will Teaching in the 21st Century be Like?

                                      Mr. Dancealot
1.  The main message in this video is, Mr. Dancealot non-technology method of teaching in boring to today's highly technical students.  His words are slow motion movies to these students. Answers with examples at your finger tips in a matter of seconds, the teacher of time before technology, is out of step with todays classroom. 

2. The author's point is made clear when it is time to exhibit want was lectured in the classroom. Nobody was sure of what to do.

3. Yea, I do agree with the author. I agree because during lectures, information is missed; either through the teacher talking to fast or you taking notes and miss something that may be important.

Teaching in the 21st Century
1. Robert's message of teaching in the 21st century, clearly let educators know what today challenge of trying to reach students will have to be equipped with. The message he shows is here is your tools you will need for our new method of teaching our students.

2.In one of Roberts arguments he state that, "teachers are filters, do we want our students to be entertained or engaged?" He explains that, "teachers are their to break down information to students if there is something to complicated for them to understand, and for the entertain of engage argument he make it clear that we want our students to be able to "solve problems than to escape by being entertained."

3. I feel his thoughts are in the right direction of how the world of change is in the educational system and is needed for reaching today's students.

4. As a educator with dreams of being the teacher I had as a child, that dream is now ashes in my mind because there was no technology when I was in school forty-two years ago.

The Networked Student
1. The networked students need teachers to properly guide them into the technology. Negative websites, copyright rules are just a few things that need to be taught about using technology, this is where teachers are still valuable if they are technology trained.

Harness Your Students' Digital Smarts

1. Davis main point in this video is, "we are located in rural America, but we take our students around the world to meet other people. 

2. My reaction is, I want to learn how to do this inexpensive, convenient way to meet  people  all around the world.

Who's Ahead in the Learning Race?

1. Let the truth be known, today's student are ahead in this the technology in the classroom today race, with my position of crossing the line last.

Flipping the Classroom

1. Flipping the classroom is new to me.

2. The approach shown in the video could indeed be a valuable tool to a teacher.

3. The explanation of letting the student take the teacher home on a video, with examples and instructions of what the  is required, is a positive approach to help students who need more time to get what the teacher is asking of them.

Bringing the Locker Room into the Classroom

1.Owens noticed in the locker room that what he saw on the television was not taking place in the locker room ,the "speeches, and other things; instead he saw discussions, debates, questions, and part collaboration.' These items he name can be useful tools for educators to help get their student to a higher level of learning and ready for the world waiting for them after schooling is over.




technology

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Practice

<a href= "http://www.310.blogspot.com"target="_blank"EDM310ClassBlog</a>


Monday, August 25, 2014

Blog Post #1

1. What are the things (if any) you have heard about EDM310?
    Answer: EDM310 is a confusing class.  The first day of class is run fast, but to where?

2. What fears (if any) do you have about EDM310?
    Answer: The use of  Mac computers, and learning so much about technology in such a short period.

3. Compare and contrast EDM310 with other courses you have taken in college or high school.
    Answer: In all honesty, I have never taken a course like EDM310 before.

4. What do you think will be the most difficult thing for you in EDM310?
   Answer: I have purchased a Mac laptop, and I am going to attempt to learn how to use my new
                  laptop, and keep up with my assignments.

5. What is the best way for you to address this "most difficult" aspect of EDM310?
   Answer: Stay in the lab, with  the lab assistants helping with difficult problems.

6. What questions do you still have about EDM310?  What ideas do you have about how to address
    those questions?
  Answer: Having taken this course before, I have no questions at this time.
confused
     

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Practice Post

My name is Edna Montgomery.  I want to be an educator because I like to help others. An educator is a lighthouse to show others new things.  My passion is cooking.

An educator is a special person. This individual is gifted with bringing out the hidden person within one. Sometimes the light switch  in the brain need a special voice, to help to light up; that is where the skill of teaching is needed. Technology is proving to be a key new tool to help educators reach those who need a little more time and help.

My passion is cooking.  I like to experiment with recipes. Main dishes are my specialties. I am on a health awareness role while enjoying my passion.   Fats are limited, salt and sugar are not used heavy like in the past, but I still use salt and sugar.

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Final Report on Personal Learning Network

 My Personal Learning Network consists of pmcclulum@mosspointschool.org, yahoo, Skype, google docs, google hangout, youtube, twitter, gmail, and blogging all found in Symbaloo.

Project #2 Project Learning Network

You Tube, Twitter, gmail, and Blogging are entries to my Personal Learning Network located in Symbaloo.
network

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Blog Post #16 Final Reflection - What Would You Change in Blog Post #1?



What would be the methods of teaching you would emphasize?
I would combine traditional teaching and technology together. I feel it is important to keep handwriting skills in existence. Technology has it’s place in education, but I will have a “no technology zone,” in the classroom.

What tools would you use?
The grades that I will teach is K-3, my tools will be the chalk and chalkboard, computers, Smartboard, iPads, and hopefully the ability to Skype.

What tools would your students use?
I would like my students to use computers, iPads, links to iCurio, links to Discovery Ed, the Smartboard, and Blogging.

Think about the learning in your classroom.
The learning that I can visualize in my classroom is where my students are interested in what they are learning. I let them know that what we are doing in the classroom, your parents will see, when they look in their computers at home. I feel this will be a motivator for my students, to want to do their best because they know others will be looking at what they are doing.

How would I change what I wrote about this subject at the beginning of the semester?

At the start of the semester I was clueless of the changes in the classrooms. The first thing I would change is the picture of the classroom I held in mind of many years ago. I would put the use of computers, Smartboards, iPads, and Blogging in my writing.

Technology has enhanced the teaching profession. The cry of, “We have got to teach differently, to reach our students,” has been answered. Thanks to the adding of technology, education is now more transparent. Parents and communities can see what happens in the classrooms.

I have grown tremendously, since the first Blog on this subject.