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Jonathan Becker

Hook and Eye: Professionalization and the Skillz to Pay the Bills - 0 views

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    "We can do better by our students. The number one thing would be to inculcate the idea of the university *as* a workplace, and all of us as professionals in it. And of course, many professors (me!) need a lot more training in the mechanics of the workplace than we ever get. The next, and much easier thing, would be to offer opportunities to acquire basic workplace technical skills: using software, running meetings, emailing like a grownup, navigating the org chart."
Jonathan Becker

Early Learners, Ed Tech, and Active Learning - Medium - 1 views

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    "the "active" in "active use of technology" we are referring to is what is happening in the mind of the child. Active use for young children occurs when they use technologies in generative ways, that is, when they are generating insights, associations between new and existing knowledge, or creating their own content. This encourages more active cognitive processing that leads to deeper, longer lasting learning."
Jonathan Becker

Online Literacy and the College Learner: Transfer Research and Technology - DML Central - 1 views

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    ""One thing I've been thinking about lately is that the way I present myself in the online course is pretty different from how I present myself in the face-to-face course. In the first iteration of the course, I presented myself in a way that I assumed would be most effective." She described emphasizing a scripted, polished presentation and a no-nonsense persona of clarity and precision. "Now I am concerned less with my authority as a teacher in an online environment. Before, I presented myself in a more authoritative matter, which was not as effective, because I had a certain feeling of a barrier between myself and the class." She explained how she was willing to risk "being more effusive, more warm in written communication, more bubbly for lack of a better term" than her initial impulses dictated. "
Yin Wah Kreher

Web Literacy Map - 0 views

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    "Mozilla defines web literacy as the skills and competencies needed for reading, writing and participating on the web.

    To chart these skills and competencies, Mozilla worked alongside a community of stakeholders to create the Web Literacy Map."
Tom Woodward

Screenshots as POV - The Message - Medium - 0 views

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    " Back then, I perceived my experiences on the internet as ephemeral. My screenshot habit picked up when I began thinking of my time online as something archived and traced."
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