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Gaining a broader perspective on technology use in the classroom As digital technology continues to be established in the classroom, more and more teachers, parents, and students see it as an integral part of education’s future. As educational (More)
Augmented reality (AR) was a huge hit with Pokémon GO. When you turned on AR mode, the camera on your mobile device would open and a 3D video of a Pokémon would be superimposed over your camera's view of the world, which made it look like the  (More)
Lessons from the Technology and High School Success initiative Among other innovative strategies, using technology to help engage learners and provide them with educational opportunities that meet their needs can help bolster student success. Ef (More)
Helping teachers design appropriate and engaging technological experiences Young children are growing up in technology-rich environments, and come to school with different experiences using technology. As a result, teachers need to be prepared t (More)
Hi there, My name is Mohammad. I am the ePortfolio coach at the Schulich School of Engineering and this is the first episode of a series on ePortfolio. Through this series of posts, I am going to introduce you to ePortfolio and its benefits for your (More)
Successes and challenges with technology en français  A research chat with MA graduate Cam Smith Tell us about your research project. I investigated the beliefs and experiences of French as a Second Language (FSL) teachers (More)
Here is a list of some useful softwares that help you creating an exciting video for your class. 1- Camtasia (Video editor, screnn recording, effects) https://www.techsmith.com/tutorial-camtasia-9-3-record-edit-share.html https://www.youtube.c (More)
My name is Teya and I've been acting as the e-Learning Technology Coach for the Cumming School of Medicine. In real life, I work as a Registered Nurse at the Foothills Hospital, fresh out of the nursing program at the University of Calgary. Nurse (More)
I recently put together two "how to" documents for Haskayne explaining  Office Mix and  Adobe Presenter  as  lecture capture tools and the concept of the flipped classroom. There are some helpful papers and websites listed as well. Please (More)
Hearing the stories of students with vision loss to inform more accessible classrooms Understanding the perspectives of students with visual impairments about their everyday experience, both on and off campus, was the subject of Chris Ostrowski’s (More)
Here is a cool device that instantly turns any TV or projector into a giant interactive whiteboard. Learn about the project here ! (More)
Building number sense and arithmetic through programming robots Increasingly recognized as an essential skill for modern skilled labour, there is a growing movement around the world to include programming in school curriculum. Robotics and program (More)