Monthly Archives: July 2013

Diversity in teaching approaches

Sonia identifies the need to connect to contextual areas of teaching and interest when designing her mind map.  I have already redesigned my mind map a number of times.  I find I am recalling previous experiences reflecting on how I have integrated … Continue reading

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Valuing Professional development

Phelps & Graham’s article Teachers and ICT: Exploring a metacognitive approach to professional development highlights the importance of engaging children in using ICT in education stating this is critical if they are to compete successfully as global citizens.  What role does the teacher … Continue reading

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Week 2 Reflections

What a week this has been, another step forward in my journey of using ICT’s.  One of my accomplishments for the week was setting up my twitter account.  I was a little off guarded as I am still finding my … Continue reading

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Theories I’ve seen before

The Early Years Learning Framework is a framework in which I am familiar with.  As this is a relatively new National Framework I have spent the last 3 years working my way through this document attending available training and networking with … Continue reading

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Reflection no. 2

This week being week one has assisted with the setting up of my blog https://robdeb1966.wordpress.com/. Additionally a Diigo account has been created bringing together access to my library, my network, my group and my community and further more a feedly account … Continue reading

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Reflection No 1. Commencing EDC 3100

8th July 2013 Setting up my tools, Diigo and a blog – this was successful due to the resource links made available.  The step by step guidelines assisted me with this process. Personally when first reading on study desk I was … Continue reading

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