This week’s topic of attention and multi-tasking fuels a lot of questions and concerns I have about using the technology. Reading over the article, “The Myth of the Disconnect Life,” I found myself thinking, “wow, … Continue reading →
Have you ever had a teacher that you felt like they were making the rules up as they go? It’s impossible to figure what to say or what they expect from you. It’s like a … Continue reading →
Sarah Deel’s “Finding My Teaching Voice discusses Deel’s journey of developing her teaching method. She goes through her experience as a teacher in which she developed her teaching method initially from mimicking teacher she found … Continue reading →
Most students don’t realize that the reason why educational lectures became a part of the traditional style of teaching is because in the United States we have the Bill of Rights! The Eighth Amendment clearly … Continue reading →
Don’t Fall Asleep. Sometimes I feel like grades aren’t measuring our academic abilities as much as they are measuring our ability to stay awake. Maybe this feeling is a bit unfair or maybe it’s showing my … Continue reading →
I’m not a blogger. I’m not into tweeting. I suppose you could say for this class I come with a predisposition to the dark side in a way. (I mean if blogging and tweeting are … Continue reading →
Hi! My name is Katie Spooner. I am a graduate school in the Communication department. It’s my second year. I’m not very good with blogs or social media. Hopefully, I’ll get better!!