EDCI 336: March 26, 2019

Today’s technology presentation projects covered the following topics and subtopics:


  • Documentation
  • Aperture (light income)
  • Shutter speed (how quickly aperture is opening and closing)
  • ISO (how sensitive camera sensor is to light)
  • Triangle of exposure

Classroom Blogging

Assistive Technology

  • No tech (ie. pencil grip)
  • Low tech (ie. screen magnifier)
  • High tech (ie. ipads).
  • Resource: SET BC

Distributed Learning

Here’s a picture of telepresence robot Oliver! A wonderful alternative for students who can’t physically participate in the classroom.

Permission received to post photo.

Fair Dealing in Canada & Blogging

Although our class time was cut short yesterday to make room for our visit at George Jay Elementary, we covered some really helpful information concerning copyright. We learned that a safe place to find photos for personal use is on the Creative Commons website. Moreover, we learned the best practices for attributing the photos we do use (a guide can be found here). All important knowledge to have moving forward as a professional.

We spent the remainder of the class reviewing our peers’ blog posts and providing them feedback. I really enjoyed reading about all the different inquiry projects going on and seeing how other learners document their journey. Furthermore, seeing all the beautiful blogs really motivated me to up my game and make some tweaks on my own site. Now as I strive to make my blog more aesthetically pleasing, I know to deliver credit where credit is due (ie. proper photo attribution).

Until next class!


Just trying to add some categories here…