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'''Issues in Digital Technologies'''
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This is your wikimedia sandbox.
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== Inquiry Projects Proposals Index Page ==
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Research Inquiry: you will be asked to come up with your own inquiry question (critical issues relating to digital technologies and education, society and culture) and develop a research proposal of your own choice – based on your own interests, curiosity, or research aims (in relation to general course themes).
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This short wiki project should be used as part of the research process for your final projects.
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Your entry should…
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* Articulate inquiry ideas, curiosities, possible research questions (with rationale for why it matters to you).
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1) identifying inquiry topic, questions and controversies
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2) a rationale for why it matters – some brief statement regarding how the topic and/or tool use connects to the course, your life, your research interests, your teaching practice, etc…
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3) some initial research observations using theory, readings, models, etc.
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4) possible media tools (modes of production): what form(s) will the research project take.
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* Collaboration/Connections: where relevant/synergistic, try connect to at least two other peer entries, and add (brief/concise) content research angles/or possible questions to enrich peer proposals. Do not modify others’ text, however, and include your signature stamp to all peer additions. This is like a collaborative brainstorming
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== Blended Learning WikiMedia Session ==
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As indicated in the email, I would like to make a small tweak to the "blended learning" session (1) to make it more pedagogically interesting, without adding more "work" to the load of this course.
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'''Instead of writing a reflection on your website''', we will transport this task to the wiki, focusing on this week's readings (by Malloy, Fullan and Langworthy, Ministry of Ontario: Inquiry-Based Learning).
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== Part 1: Create a Wiki Page for Your Analysis of the Readings ==
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Use the video tutorial to get started with your wiki page. Click on the link below to visit the index page, and then set up a page for your reflection. Once you get to the Index Page, you'll get the 'next level' of instruction for this project. 
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'''* Click here to go your index page''': [[Blended Learning Session / Index Page]]
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[[File:blend.png|300px|thumb|right| [https://vimeo.com/200086367 Tutorial Video Click This Link] ]]
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Latest revision as of 11:08, 29 August 2019

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