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Week 3-Yost

by jessicamccormick812
Last updated 4 years ago

Discipline:
Vocational & Technology
Subject:
Computer Graphics

Test Glog

Objective: Critically analyze significant issues and contiditions impacting education.

Week 3

Alternatives to YouTube

“Role of technology in the classroom is to support the new teaching paradigm” (Prensky, 2012)

Teachers need to stop lecturing and provide an opportunity for the students’ to learn by themselves while the teachers provide guidance. (Prensky, 2012)

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Youtube has been such a huge sensation to people all over the world. Uploading videos to share news, information, and entertainment has brought a new way of delivering education. This website is not considered one-way communication, rather it is a two-way communication system where people can post feedback, and comments to videos posted. (Prensky, 2012)

Youtube is human communication, in all its forms” (Prensky, 2012)

Sources Alber, R. (2010, August 4). [Web log message]. Retrieved from http://www.edutopia.org/blog/literacy-instruction-across-curriculum-importance Prensky, M. (2012). From digital natives to digital wisdom. Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin.Chanan Tzionov (2012, January 9,) Respect your students. Retrieved July 27th, 2013 from http://youtu.be/mAryU-RWll8Deborah Lyman, (2012, September 23, 2) . Youtube in the classroom- the good, bad and ugly. Retrieved, July 26th 2013 from http://youtu.be/2y_YLK3Pg-sOklahomaHorizonTV,( 2009, April 2) Oklahoma high school kids are solving tough real world problem. Retrieved July 26th, 2013 from http://youtu.be/XoOlzI_lJJ8Bryne , R. [Web log message]. Retrieved from http://www.freetech4teachers.com/p/alternatives-to-youtube.html

Even though we are now in the 21st century, students’ still need to learn how to communicate, comprehend information, and develop good writing skills. (Alber, 2010)

Respect your students, they will respect you


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