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Week 2 Application

Week Two Content Review

Anna-Grace Garcia

EIDT 2001 – Technology & Learning

December 14, 2014

Professor Susan Schnorr


Would you consider yourself to have a “millennial learning style?” Do you use technology freely and with ease in most aspects of your life? 348 more words


Leadership: Getting the 21st Century Academic Engine to Actually Work

My academic team was fumbling around Friday not getting much done, yet at the same time getting a lot of interesting things done.  We have finished a penny war in the community, raising money for a student in our community whose family had been displaced by a fire, and several of us were standing in front of the coin counting machine commenting on old technology that still has purpose (the coin counting machine) and new technology and what purpose some of it might have in the future (other than its currently designated purpose). 795 more words

Ask Why

Digital native or digital immigrant?

Am I a digital native or digital immigrant? Born in 1980, which may be considered a ‘cusp’ year in the debate, I feel that I am in a peculiar spot, positioned somewhere between the two. 434 more words

Digital Immigrant

Born before 1985? Then you’re a ‘digital immigrant’ by @LaurenLaverne

  • Anyone born after 1985 is a ‘digital native’ and can’t imagine a time before the internet, when we weren’t constantly connected…2014’s best new music sounds lonely.
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Digital Generation

Digital Native - what is the impact of this concept?

The concept of digital native and digital immigrant sprang into teachers awareness with the publication of Prensky’s (2001) research. Prensky’ defined those born after 1980 in the Western world are digital natives who have been exposed to internet technology since birth. 480 more words

Educational Technology

November 19, 2014

Once again I had an experience which tells me that I am truly not a digital native.

I tried to get the kids in photography to learn how to take product shots.  284 more words


Born before 1985? Then you’re a ‘digital immigrant’

Excerpt from this article:

Michael Harris’s fascinating The End of Absence, which should be required reading for anyone born before 1985 (and anyone else interested in tech).

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