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Cortney Timeline - Module 3
Cortney Timeline - Module 3
Cortney Timeline - Module 3
Cortney Timeline - Module 3
Cortney Timeline - Module 3
Cortney Timeline - Module 3
Cortney Timeline - Module 3
Cortney Timeline - Module 3
Cortney Timeline - Module 3
Cortney Timeline - Module 3
Cortney Timeline - Module 3
Cortney Timeline - Module 3
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Cortney Timeline - Module 3


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  • 1. A personal timeline of educational technology
  • 2.
    • My name is Cortney Yasuhara.
    • I started school in 1992 at Wai-Kahala KCAA preschool.
    • I graduated from Kalani High School in 2006.
    • I first attended college in Fall 2006 at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
    • When I complete my degree, I hope to become either a Pre-K or Kindergarten teacher.
  • 3. … is acquiring the skills needed to utilize technology both inside and outside the classroom … is the use of skills and techniques to enhance teaching and learning, and communicate ideas
  • 4.
    • A Brief History of Educational Technology
    • History of Computers in Education
    • Educational Technology Timeline
    • History of Educational Technology Timeline
  • 5.
    • One computer in the classroom
      • Teacher’s computer
    • Computer lab once a week
    • TV and VCR in each classroom
  • 6.
    • Everyone had a cell pho ne
    Texting became the new way to communicate Digital cameras were the way to capture memories Kept in touch through Xanga and Myspace iPods replaced CD players
  • 7.
    • Laptops are essential
    • MyUH portal, Laulima, Ning
    Keep in contact with professors & classmates Cell phones Bl ackbe rry iPho ne Facebook became the new Myspace
  • 8.
    • Explore the world without leaving the comfort of home
    • Easy access to multitude of information at my fingertips
    • Keep in touch/communicate with friends with the click of the mouse
  • 9.
    • Digital camera to take pictures
    Flip/Bloggie for taking video Read Aloud
  • 10.
    • I would like to have enough laptops for all my students to use. The laptops will all have Internet access, along with educational programs that my students will be able to play with.
    • I would also like to have video conferencing. Video conferencing will help create a collaborative learning experience for myself and my students by virtually taking us to places we need to see.
  • 11. A challenge for teaching
    • Having all my students be able to use technology
    • Having all my students keep up with their class work
    • Having a limited amount of resources for classroom use
    • Keeping up with all the new technological advances.
  • 12. “ A teacher is a compass that activates the magnets of curiosity, knowledge, and wisdom in the pupils.” Ever Garrison