Yearly Archives: 2013

In Conclusion…

After seeing all the portfolios of my peers, the vastness of technologies and varied interests of fellow aspiring educational leaders is quite interesting. Given my limited use of Pinterest, it’s pretty amazing to me how many lesson ideas are shared

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Video in Education

I think video is a huge part of the future of education. It’s all over education now, but I think it will only continue to grow. TEDx? Video. MOOCs? Video. Want to learn how to do just about anything and

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TPACK

We learned in late October about TPACK. Although this concept seemed a bit arduous at first, I find it to be pretty simple and logical at it’s core. In another post, I talk about how technology without pedagogy and content

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Personal Learning Network Summary

For a prior master’s class in our program, I was required to interview an educational leader in a position I aspired to. At that time, I saw myself as planning to enter college athletics administration. So, I decided to aim

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10 Tools Conclusions

After diving deep into a variety of educational tools, not all known for their educational prowess , I’m amazed – check that, overwhelmed – by the availability of technology to educators. Some of these technology providers, such as LinkedIn, are

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Tool #10: Prezi

Prezi: PowerPoint ::┬áMac: PC Prezi is like PowerPoint’s big brother who went off to college in California, and now works for a start-up in Silicon Valley with bean bag chairs instead of office furniture. Cooler, sleeker, hipper, more flexible. BETTER.

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Tool #9: LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a tool that I like but don’t love. LinkedIn has huge potential for education, but largely has not been effectively utilized because of its limited flexibility. For example, many groups – which are perfect for educational uses –

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