An invited talk for ECS 100 (Education Core Studies- “Knowledge, Schooling and Society”) at the University of Regina. This is a first class students take for programs in the Faculty of Education, a large part of which is a field experience.
I was invited to give a talk on Educational Technology and specifically on Digital Citizenship. This was my take:
What are implications of, and what do we mean by, using “digital” as an adjective for learning, creativity, storytelling, citizenship? What do we worry about and hope for with technology in 2019? I aim to provide likely more questions than answers drawing from my own experiences in the field since 1992, and suggest that the way forward hinges on our ability to network, share, and support.
All materials are online in (my own) SPLOTpoint format
Seeing also if I can lure them into tweeting along with class hashtag.
— Alan Levine (@cogdog) March 12, 2019
— Cori Saas (@corisaas) March 12, 2019
— Alan Levine (@cogdog) March 13, 2019
The topic of exploration for tonight’s #ECS100 class was Digital Citizenship & technology.
— Miss Sarah Bahr (@MissBahr) March 13, 2019
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