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Activity 7: Myths and Hype (Blog) – (LRNT523)

  To put it mildly that this topic of technologies on our behavior, especially young children is a hot topic among parents and educators alike would be an understatement. As with anything of this nature, the public conversations about screen… Continue Reading →

Outcomes Associated In Education When Delivered Through Videos – LRNT523 – Assignment 2 part(2) (synthesis)

The influence of digital videos on our everyday culture is undeniable. Online video sharing sites such as YouTube, Vimeo, Snapchat and Metacafe boast monthly audience numbers in the millions. Students today are utilizing educational videos as a tool for learning… Continue Reading →

Activity 6 (LRNT523 – Sue, Lisa, Arv & Tehreem)

The Influence of Technology in the Education Industry – Group Activity 6  The claim of no-learning benefit has been made and substantiated by Clark (1986). He acknowledges that media has economic benefits but not learning benefits. His theory on research… Continue Reading →

Explore the implications of abundant content for lifelong learning – Activity 5 (LRNT523 – Cohort Earl Einarson)

Bookbinding is a specialized trade that relies on basic operations of measuring, cutting, and gluing. The craft of bookbinding probably originated in India, where religious texts were copied on to palm leaves with a metal stylus. Modern times book binding… Continue Reading →

Reflect on your theoretical and pedagogical stance (LRNT 523 Activity 4)

Learning is a complex process that differs from individual to individual, and descriptions of learning therefore tend to either oversimplify the process or result in broad and inaccurate generalizations. Individual learning normally falls within a continuum of styles (Honey and… Continue Reading →

People in the field (Assignment 1 – LRNT523)

The Kirkpatrick Model is the worldwide standard for evaluating the effectiveness of training. This is still considered the gold-standard of evaluation because of its simplistic yet effective nature. Created by Dr. Don Kirkpatrick in the 1950s. The model is applied… Continue Reading →

Evolution of education and technology – (LRNT 523Activity 3)

It’s been over a century that many technological innovations have been applied to learning environments (Reiser, 2001). While educational technology can have positive impacts on academic achievement, however historically, technology has made us individually dumber and individually smarter – and… Continue Reading →

Histories of educational technologies (LRNT523 Activity 1)

1950s and 1960s laid the foundation for the development of more advanced learning systems. Computers were first used in education in the 1960s in a way that was intended to individualize instruction. This method became known as computer assisted instruction…. Continue Reading →

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