Classroom Experience (Task 8)Category
I tasked my class to design, develop, test, publish and evaluate a class website with several interactive features. This was a challenge w..
This MOOC course is fantastically set out and made super easy to navigate through. using this MOOC as a resource that we can continually c..
Unit 1: Get students thinking about different types of websites and what makes a good website and which websites could be..
Biggest challenge for me to bring MOOC’s ideas to classroom is that I don’t know where I will e working and if , since I will be moving to..
This MOOC has been highly beneficial for a teacher who is teaching digital technologies for the first time. I have found some of the videos and links quite valuable not just for digi tech but also my other specialisations such as Humanities and Science as they address areas of critical thinking, analysing and evaluation which is a general capability across many subjects.
After completing this MOOC I feel equipped to plan and teach a year 7 and 8 course. The main challenge I will find personally is finding time to brush up on my coding skills. I am at the in…
a challenge of taking the ideas and practices from this MOOC to your classroom.
the blocking of proxy servers in the school has been a huge obstacle (VPN has helped slightly).
I am stating in a new school in a foreign country this year and so am unfamiliar with exactly how Digital Tech is taught and what it is the students will know before hand (lots of diagnostic assessment to go!).
I wrote an article on my blog, 'The Teaching of Coding' based on materials in this course, wider reading and experiences going back to the "early days" of Seymour Papert and friends.
This has been a brilliant experience! The sequence, resources, ideas in the course as well as in this Google + community have been amazing.
From here I’ll be using most of the ideas and blending digital citizenship, digital systems, social networking etc as the opportunities present themselves and where might work best to build these skills in students. But a great basis to work from and offer a really good curriculum in this area. Thank you so much 🙂 #c…
Here's a draft programme for developing a game using either Scratch or App Inventor. Thanks for the course.
By far the biggest challenge of taking what is shown in the MOOC to the classroom for me is the technology restrictions. Blocked websites, inability to run all aspects of software, no google services other than search etc. So much more interesting work could be done but…