I’ve been reading and thinking about privacy in the social media era. I really appreciated the explanations of teen’s… Read more Can Social Media Be Private or Personal?
Paul Miller’s video which got me thinking about how we use the digital tools at our disposal. I see so… Read more Social media doesn’t kill time, people kill time.
My reflection on restrictive web blocking practices in education and the effects those practices have on learners.
Music made with GarageBand loops. Photograph by Laura Seward, 2017.
A recent Edutopia post on Facebook caught my eye because I just recently attended professional development on Kagan cooperative learning where… Read more Brain Breaks
Recently a post shared on Twitter by University of Colorado Denver educator Scott McLeod about student engagement caught my eye… Read more Empowering Students
My perspective on Connectivism in relation to creativity and technology: Resource: Kop, R. and Hill, A. (2017). Connectivism: Learning theory of… Read more Connecting with Connectivism
Each year it seems that I use social media more and more for learning and networking: I have used YouTube videos to… Read more Experiences with Social Networking
In an effort to embrace new things, and for an assignment in my Social Media & Digital Culture graduate class,… Read more Adventures in Snapchat Reflection
Welcome back to my blog! Here’s what I’ve been up to this semester in my journey to earn a masters… Read more Digital Storytelling Reflections