Posts Tagged: Technology

Teaching Non-Cognitive Skills via Technology

I attended a Re-Imagining the First Year webinar last week at UCF called Integrating Noncognitive Skills into the First Year Experience. Since I run first-year programs for STEM majors, I thought it would be an interesting spin on the transition pieces

Teaching Non-Cognitive Skills via Technology

I attended a Re-Imagining the First Year webinar last week at UCF called Integrating Noncognitive Skills into the First Year Experience. Since I run first-year programs for STEM majors, I thought it would be an interesting spin on the transition pieces

Digital Storytelling for Student Leaders

Setup Assignment –  I run a scholarship program at the University of Central Florida, where the student in the program receives a 5-star mentoring experience. One of these mentors is a peer mentor, a student who has previously been a part of the

Digital Storytelling for Student Leaders

Setup Assignment –  I run a scholarship program at the University of Central Florida, where the student in the program receives a 5-star mentoring experience. One of these mentors is a peer mentor, a student who has previously been a part of the

My Educational Technology Reflection

Growing up as a millennial, I feel as though I’ve grown up through the beginning of the exponential growth of technology in the classroom. I remember there being only one computer in my elementary classes and taking turns on the

My Educational Technology Reflection

Growing up as a millennial, I feel as though I’ve grown up through the beginning of the exponential growth of technology in the classroom. I remember there being only one computer in my elementary classes and taking turns on the

Digital Citizenship and Ethics

This week, I started working on a workshop that I’m creating for the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference titled, “Your Digital Footprint: Develop your Online Academic Portfolio.” I planned to quickly cover a social media audit and digital citizenship briefly for

Digital Citizenship and Ethics

This week, I started working on a workshop that I’m creating for the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference titled, “Your Digital Footprint: Develop your Online Academic Portfolio.” I planned to quickly cover a social media audit and digital citizenship briefly for

Professional Learning Networks

Since the beginning of the World Wide Web and the internet, users try to find the most efficient and effective way to use the connectivity that is afforded to us. Through Communication and supporting bodies of knowledge, we are all

Professional Learning Networks

Since the beginning of the World Wide Web and the internet, users try to find the most efficient and effective way to use the connectivity that is afforded to us. Through Communication and supporting bodies of knowledge, we are all

Using Technology for Efficiency and Effectiveness

Some of you have seen the “Did you Know?” videos that are so prominent on Youtube and started in 2006. It almost sends chills up your spine with information of the rapidity our world is consuming knowledge, technology, and resources. You

Using Technology for Efficiency and Effectiveness

Some of you have seen the “Did you Know?” videos that are so prominent on Youtube and started in 2006. It almost sends chills up your spine with information of the rapidity our world is consuming knowledge, technology, and resources. You

My Lovely Awkward Interactions with Italy

I realize that I have not updated my blog for awhile. There are a few options to explore the reasons why: (1) I’m having such a wonderful time that I forgot about the internet, (2) I have been sickly for

My Lovely Awkward Interactions with Italy

I realize that I have not updated my blog for awhile. There are a few options to explore the reasons why: (1) I’m having such a wonderful time that I forgot about the internet, (2) I have been sickly for