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  • Technology and Me A personal timeline of educational technology
  • Overview
    • Aloha! My name is Barbra Kaimuloa. I started school in 1981 in Nanakuli. I graduated from Kamehameha Schools - Kapalama Campus on the island of Oahu in 1994. I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from UH Manoa in 2000. I pursuing my Master’s Degree in Educational Technology and hope to graduate in May 2011. I am currently a 5th grade teacher at Kahakai Elementary School in Kailua-Kona.
  • My definition of educational technology Educational Technology is the integration of technology with real-world applications that allows students to think critically and apply their knowledge.
  • Web sites on ed tech history
    • http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Campus/7941/paper2h.html
    • http://www.slideshare.net/randommind/a-brief-history-of-educational-technology
    • http://educationaltechnology.ca/couros/780
  • Kindergarten technology
    • Creativity thrived through music and dance. Songs were played on a record player.
    • Teachers had typewriters in the classroom, but students were only allowed to look at it from afar.
  • High school technology Microfiche Floppy disk
    • Computers were used to type out research papers.
    • Information was retrieved through microfiche film and textbooks.
    • Documents were saved on floppy disks.
  • College technology
    • On-line courses
    • Laulima/Ning
    • Peer Collaboration through Google Docs
    • E-mail
  • A vivid technology learning experience
    • Even though my students are technology natives, they still need to be taught life skills.
    • If not, they will not know how to adjust without technology.
  • A technology I want to use in my classroom
    • I would like to use digital imaging and video in my classroom.
  • My vision of the classroom of the future
    • I would like to see that every child has a laptop to do work in school and at home.
    • Assignments are given and submitted through e-mail.
  • A challenge for teaching
    • DOE blocked sites
    • Limited/No technical support staff
    • Budget
  • Words of wisdom
    • The real difficulty in changing the course of any enterprise lies not in developing new ideas but in escaping old ones.
    • John Maynard Keynes