Above is the comic strip that I made about some observations I have made at Mercer Elementary School. One day, I was able to observe in a 1st grade classroom and the students were using their Chromebooks to practice their spelling words for the week. They were using a program online that they teacher shared … Continue reading Distributed Cognition Part 2 →
Above is the first comic strip that I created that demonstrates what I have observed at Mercer Elementary School. The 4th graders are working on a project called exhibition in which that are put into groups and asked to research a topic that they are passionate about such as flooding or poverty. They have to … Continue reading Distributed Cognition Part 1 →
For my digital storytelling assignment, I decided to have 3 specific things that I want to assess myself on. The first thing I want to look for is flow of the story(organization & pacing are included in this as well). I think this is an essential part of a digital story because in order for … Continue reading Digital Storytelling Assessment →
Below is the script I have written for myself for my digital story which I also have saved on a Google Doc. This is the story of me learning about myself and how I came to realize I wanted to become a teacher. When I was little, I didn’t know what I wanted to be … Continue reading Digital Storytelling Voice-Over Narration →
I am observing at Mercer Elementary in the Shaker Heights School District. At Mercer, there is no set person who is in charge of all the technology, the teacher all are capable of handing all of the technology in their classrooms. All the teachers have a Smart-board in their classrooms and each student has their … Continue reading Access to Technology →
The school that I am observing this semester is Mercer Elementary which is in Shaker Heights. The school has a lot of technology such as chrome books for each student to use all year. The teachers also all have access to smart boards and computers with sound systems, but the teacher only has access to … Continue reading Observing Classroom Technology Use →
This is the comic that my group made, I worked with Calli Folino and Noreen Liggett. Noreen and I read an early childhood article and Calli read a middle childhood article. We collaborated to make this comic strip to show how us as teachers, want to implement digital storytelling and multimodal learning experiences in our … Continue reading Blog Post #3 Digital Storytelling →
This post may be my last post about my game because I ended up finishing the game fairly quick. It is not a long game at all, and I think this is because it is made for children between the ages of three to about five or six years old at the oldest. Overall, I … Continue reading Video Game Post #2 →
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