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Digital Pedagogy

The word “digital” today has evolved to become synonomous with computer work. This is often likely what educators think of when they are contemplating digital pedagogy. However, Paul Fyfe from Florida State University defines digital as somehing”…to deal with in dynamic units, to manipulate creatively” (8). Fyfe indicates that digital does not necessarily mean computer-based. In this sense, digital pedagogy […]

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Web Apps

Sharing writing with the world has been intimidating for me, but I see its value in the classroom. Students just write better when there is a purpose and real stakes behind it. In the college classroom, there is an opportunity to make writing really meaningful by creating web apps that provide a platform for publishing student writing. As I have […]

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ChatGPT

Today in class, we had a vigorous discussion about ChatGPT. My classmates offered so many varying perspectives and practical examples. The class seemed to agree that ChatGPT requires a response by educators. But what response? Some articles seem to indicate the need for a severe restriction on ChatGPT, while this article by Ian Bogost outlines the pitfalls of ChatGPT that […]

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HTML

This week I learned to do MAGIC. Well, maybe it was just html coding. Either way, I am using a mysterious force that I do not understand to build a website. I feel powerful, unstoppable…and slightly confused. I have never considered myself as technologically advanced. While I am probably labeled a “digital native”, I didn’t have an internet connection at […]