Tag Archives: EDTC6102

ISTE 5: Technology Operations and Concepts

Trigger Question: Are there up-to-date high school lessons plans designed to educate students on technological privacy/safety issues and strategies to maintain a positive digital footprint? Though the majority of students are not currently looking for jobs, it is important that students understand the impact … Continue reading

Posted in Media, Research, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

ISTE 4: Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making

ISTE 4: Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making What tools are available for ELA students to organize research papers that allow students to develop critical thinking and make a clear arguable thesis through decision-making skills? After I posed my … Continue reading

Posted in Critical Thinking, Media, Problem Solving, Research, Uncategorized | Tagged , | Leave a comment

ISTE 3: Research and Information Fluency

ISTE Standard 3: Research and Information Fluency Trigger Question: How can students use technology to conduct credible research, while recording sources in an accurate and efficient manner? It was great to look at some of the suggested sources for this … Continue reading

Posted in Information Fluency, Research, WebQuests | Tagged , | Leave a comment

ISTE 2: Collaboration and Communication

ISTE Standard 2: Communication and collaboration It has become apparent through my internship placement how value face-to-face class time is to educators. There are high expectations to teach content, prepare students for the next level and reach desired learning targets. … Continue reading

Posted in 2 Instruction, 5 Learning Environment, Uncategorized | Tagged , | Leave a comment

ISTE Standard 1

The question that I explored: Are there tech programs that are currently being integrated into high school English classrooms to improve the writing skills (conventions, grammar, punctuation, etc.) of students? Though the connection between my Triggering Event Question and ISTE … Continue reading

Posted in Accessing Prior Knowledge, Student Creativity, Uncategorized | Tagged , | Leave a comment