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    EDU 323: Week 2 EDU 323: Week 2 Presentation Transcript

    • EDU 323: Week 2Dr. Jennifer C. Walts
    • AgendaWelcome/ SharingVideos: let’s discussHeader/FooterLooking AheadQuestions
    • Things to Discuss• How can education tap into the power of programs like Milo? Do we want to?• Simply having students use technology does not raise achievement. The impact depends on the ways the technology is used. What are some ways that would be effective?• Companies all over the U.S. outsource jobs because our students today graduate lacking 2 essential skills: – effective communication – the ability to work collaboratively. How can we use instructional technology to change this trend?
    • This Week: Week TwoFriday: Reply to at least three (3) classmates bymidnight. Provide thoughtful and thoughtprovoking replies.Saturday: Email yourHeader/Footer/Watermark example to Dr. WaltsSunday: Email weekly reflection to Dr. Walts bymidnight. ***Let’s talk about this***
    • Looking Ahead: Week 3Planning Ahead Elluminate on Thursday – mark your calendar! Read The Impoverished Mind. Find an article of your own to share. Write & proofread your paper.
    • Questions?
    • Food for Thought• "Love life. Engage in it. Give it all youve got. Love it with a passion because life truly does give back, many times over, what you put into it."• — Maya Angelou