Category Archives: EC&I 833 2018 Fall

Audiovisual technology makes school one step closer to Sesame Street

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

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Two sides of the tech coin

Just now, Grammarly underlined the word that I mistyped. I clicked on it, and it corrected to the right one. It’s not only helped to check wrong spellings but also it gives me lots of grammar suggestions such as articles … Continue reading

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My blog response to Sept.25th

Last meeting session was a review of theories of learning. I had experiences of teaching both children and adults. Though my experience was limited and my classroom practice immature, I would like to recall and organize my teaching philosophy and theories … Continue reading

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My understanding towards Ed-Tech

Last class, the concepts of “soft” and “hard” technology was interesting. Soft technology encourages creativity and is flexibly used by a skillful user (Hard and Soft Technologies), whereas hard technology can function by itself without inference by a worker. TPACK … Continue reading

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Back to #ECI 833

It has been two years since I took the last course with Alec. The first meeting is still overwhelmed as there are so many new things. I never had a chance to hear nor use some tools, systems, or forms … Continue reading

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