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Altan Hu Sile and I made a team to finish the learning summary of ECI833. The process working on this project was also a process of reviewing and learning. Altan taught me how to use Powtoon, which was one more … Continue reading
Last class, we made the presentation about assistive technology. However, personally, I don’t have much teaching experience working with people with disabilities and assistive technology. There were university students asking for accommodations, but most of the time, they handled learning … Continue reading
I’m thinking about developing Kahoot in my classroom. As I see it, Kahoot can not only function as an assessment tool but also can be used during the teaching practice. That is to say, it can implement assessment into natural … Continue reading
1973: Global networking becomes a reality as the University College of London (England) and Royal Radar Establishment (Norway) connect to ARPANET. The term Internet is born. 1991: CERN introduces the World Wide Web to the public. After the mid-2000s: Web 2.0 has been a term … Continue reading
I have a very limited experience involved in distance learning. I do attend online courses with Alec for two semesters. I am studying to use zoom and google plus, and trying to get used to being involved in discussion with … Continue reading
The video Single-tasking Is the New Multitasking mentioned about “Heavy media multitaskers are more susceptible to interference from irrelevant environmental stimuli”. The more thought I give to it, the more concerned I am by the consequences. Because just now, I was … Continue reading
Last night I visited my friend. Her 4-year-old little boy was doing the assignment given by his piano teacher. With a lovely music played by CD player, he needed to touch the right keys and mind the rhythm according to … Continue reading