Author Archives: Kelly Ziegler

Is It Too Late to Say Sorry? Cause I’m Missing Doing More Than I Should Be…

Exploring a ‘New’ Social Media Tool A Little Taste of Honesty Okay, I was five seconds away from giving into signing up for an account that just weeks ago I was adamant about not embarking on. Yes… when given this blog prompt the only thing I could think of was[Read more]

I’d Climb Every Mountain, And Swim Every Ocean, Just to Be With You, And Learn How to Cricut…

An Introduction to My Digital Learning Project The Story that Took Me Here Okay, before I get into the heart of my post, I want to start with a story. You’re probably already thinking, “gosh, not another story from this gal!” or “another long-winded story coming our way” but I[Read more]

I Found a Love, For Me, Darling Just Dive Right In, and Follow Me Please

My Love-Hate Relationship with Social Media Let’s Take a Trip Back in Time Hmm… I guess I would have to say that my relationship with social media is somewhat complex. I am of the age where I grew up alongside social media, learning about it and engaging with it from[Read more]

When I Find Myself in Times of Trouble, My EC&I Peers Come to Me, Speaking Words of Wisdom, Let it Be…

EC&I 833: Summary of LearningA Jeopardy-Style Game Okay, team, I know we didn’t have to post anything for this, but I wanted to say a few things about my Summary of Learning. When I was thinking of what to do, I wanted to try something that was more mid-tech, as[Read more]

‘Cause I’m Going to Stand By You, Even If We’re Breaking Down Assistive Technologies, We Can Find a Way to Break Through…

Assistive Technologies & Methods(Week 4: Post 1) Experiences with Assistive Technology Daniel, Darcy, Janeen, and Reid walked us through assistive technologies this week, and used breakout rooms in a unique way, by keeping small groups together and moving the facilitators from one group to another. This was interesting in the[Read more]

I Don’t Care What They’re Going to Say, Let the Assessment Rage On, The Learning Never Bothered Me Anyways…

Assessment Technology & Practices(Week 3: Post 2) In this week’s second presentation, we learned more about assessment technologies and practices and were reminded of assessment for, as and of learning and how that may look. They also discussed formative and summative assessments and walked us through a few different assessment[Read more]

Welcome to the Internet, Have a Look Around, Anything that Brain of Yours Can Think of Can be Found…

Digging Deeper into Web 1.0, 2.0 & 3.0(Week 3: Post 1) “The web influences people’s way of thinking, doing and being, and people influence the development and content of the web.  The evolution of the web from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 and now to Web 3.0 can be used[Read more]

Online Learning, Take Me Home, Back to a Classroom, Where I Belong…

Recollections of Online Teaching(Week 2: Post 2) Integrating Tools for Online and Blended Learning Jacquie, Mike, Fahmida, and Josie presented Distanced Learning Tools and Online Learning, and discussed tools such as Microsoft 365, Scholantis, Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, and mentioned a few other LMS that they had researched more about[Read more]

If I Were Single-Tasking, I’d Turn Off My Phone, Tell Everyone It’s Broken, So They’d Think I Was Multi-Tasking Alone

Investigating the Internet & Productivity (Week 2: Post 1) Is the Internet Really a Productivity Tool? Prior to watching the Single-Tasking is the New Multi-Tasking video, I wouldn’t have given much thought to whether the internet was a productivity tool or not. Originally, I probably would have felt like the[Read more]