Posts in "TEACH"

Online disinhibition effect

This week I spent some time actually scrolling through my Facebook feed and came across a post in which a friend shared a video of what was labeled as "Antifa on traffic duty in Portland, Oregon" from the Facebook Page for The Conservative Treehouse. The Conservative Treehouse has been described as¬†posting "conservative-leaning stories that sometimes…

Child-Computer Interactions in early childhood

Children are meant to play games, chat with friends, tell stories, and mimic the social practices they see in the world around them. As they enter schools and learning systems, they continue this indoctrination into society as they study history, math, literacy, and build the content knowledge they'll need to be empowered, productive members in…

Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology (AT) is an entrenched aspect of the educational process. ¬†All individuals who play a role in the adoption, application, and acceptance of AT in the classroom must be considered. The role of the school systems and teachers who are Individual Education Team (IEP) members has long been acknowledged. Notwithstanding, the role of the…

Encountering harmful discourses in the classroom

The intersections between learning, technology, and media are often the scene of tumult and change. These digital texts and tools provide groundbreaking advantages, and opportunities to information that cannot be underestimated. The Internet, video and music sharing sites, social media and mobile phones have quite literally changed our world forever. Sadly, this ubiquitous communications technology…

Interviewing my digital domains

Alan Levine recently posted a series of questions to help others think through some of thoughts and motivations as we develop and maintain a domain of our own. I've written a lot about this in the past, and I'll try to include some links to content/posts as I respond to the prompts. This is a…