Tag Archives: Challenges

Procrastination

I am currently working on my paper to go with my Master’s Project for my M.ED at VIU. I am interested in the topic. I am teaching the course that I am writing about (FNFS 103. Succeeding Online: Tools and … Continue reading

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BYOD Seminar

Evidence: BYOD Seminar Website OLTD Learning Outcomes: Research and identify emerging technologies with educational applications not yet adopted by mainstream education or in early adoption phases. Consider potential implementation opportunities and challenges of emerging technologies. Charlene Stewart, Stephanie Boychuk and … Continue reading

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Technology in the classroom

When I first started working at VIU, there were signs on the door of every classroom asking students to turn off their cell phone. People discussed ways to get students to keep the phones put away or turned off (on … Continue reading

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Digital-Divide

I teach in a blended class. The first day in-person after the first on-line class, like many other semesters, were full of excuses as to why the assignment could not be completed. Most were about computer troubles and connectivity issues. … Continue reading

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Digital Footprint

In teacher training, I learned about professional standards and how teachers were held to a higher standard than the average person. We studied about appropriate behaviour in and out of the workplace and how the morals of a community would … Continue reading

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Family Time in Korea

Someone who I am in Korea with observed that Sunday is definitely family day in here. I reflected on why this may be the case. Here is what I came up with: I notice that I see moms & dads … Continue reading

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Education Divide

Looking at the recent history of South Korea, after the Japanese occupation, I noticed some interesting things about how education was divided amongst the haves & have nots. Initially the divide was gender based. While everyone had access to basic … Continue reading

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