Melissa Haddocks Timeline

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  • 1. Technology and Me A personal timeline of educational technology
  • 2. Overview
    • My name is Melissa Haddock
    • I started school in 1992 in Washington
    • I graduated from high school in 2004 also in Washington
    • I first went to college at Union College in 2004
    • When I finish my degree, I hope to become Family and Consumer Science teacher
  • 3. My definition of educational technology Educational Technology tools that can help students and teachers communicate more effectively, open new horizons, enable & spark creativity. They also carry responsibility & the opportunity to exercise good citizenship in a new & growing landscape.
  • 4. Web sites on ed tech history
    • Computers in Education: A Brief History
    • History of Computers and Education Timeline
    • Ed Tech History video
  • 5. Kindergarten technology
    • Typewriter
    • Videos/TV
    • Blackboard
    • Crayons & Paper
    Taken by HB Art CC Taken by moneboh CC
  • 6. High school technology
    • Grades on Edline
    • 2 tech courses required
    • Typed papers
    • Used online research
    • Computer lab available
    • Some computers in classrooms
    Taken by David Michael Morris CC Taken by mathowie CC
  • 7. College technology
    • Laptop requirements
    • Online classes
    • PowerPoint use (both students & teachers)
    • Web 2.0 tools for research & collaboration
    Taken by Abron CC Taken by cubicgarden CC
  • 8. A vivid technology learning experience
    • High school Adobe Pagemaker class
    • Saw computers creative possibilities
    • Computers as practical & artistic
  • 9. A technology I want to use in my classroom
    • Using mobile devices &/or a class social networking cite to get students involved & excited about learning beyond class walls & time.
  • 10. My vision of the classroom of the future
    • Technology encouraging connection with & understanding of people, community, & the world
    • More individualized instruction
  • 11. A challenge for teaching
    • Many great tools, not enough funds
    • Integrating different levels of technology expertise
  • 12. Words of wisdom
    • The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. - Eleanor Roosevelt