Monthly Archives: June 2017

EDS 151 Activity 1 (Part 1 & 2)

Part 1 According to Mishra & Koehler (2006), “merely introducing technology to the educational process is not enough.” Why is it not enough? What other matters or concerns teachers should look into and consider in relation to use and integration … Continue reading

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Pros and Cons of Print (Module 3 – EDS151)

For those who grew up and went to school before computers and the internet, printed materials were the main form of instructional media. These are the textbooks, workbooks, and handouts that aid a teacher in delivering content in a traditional … Continue reading

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Technophobia (Module 2 – EDS151)

Ertmer, P. A. in 1999 classified the barriers in technology integration as First-order and Second-order barriers. First-order barriers are those that are often seen initially as the obstacles, e.g., the issues of adequate access to the technologies, training, and support … Continue reading

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Montessori Toys (Module 1 – EDS151)

Dale’s Cone of Experience is probably the best guide for teachers in determining the best instructional media to a students learning. The model suggests that students retain more information from activities they “do” and “experience”, against what they only “read”, … Continue reading

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Introduction (EDS 151)

I have been working for a global consulting, technology & outsourcing company for more than 12 years now. As part of my job, i am involved in offerings where we design, build and manage Learning Management Systems for big global … Continue reading

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