Annotated Bibliography 3

Powell, G., & McCauley, A. W. (2012;2011;). Blogging as a way to promote Family–Professional Partnerships. Young Exceptional Children, 15(2), 20-31. 10.1177/1096250611428491 Description The article is a case study of the introduction of blogging as means to facilitate communication between family and an early childhood centre for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The importance of facilitating... Continue Reading →

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Annotated Biblography 2

Davis, N. (2017). Chapter 2. The Arena framework and a story. In Author, Digital technologies and change in education: The Arena framework (pp 9-33). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. Description This book chapter introduces concepts of ecology, in particular, human ecology, as the Arena. The Arena is a theoretical framework to understand how and why educational systems, the people within in... Continue Reading →

Protected: Reflection – school leader interview

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Types of School leadership in GIF Form

As part of my online masters, I am developing a series of blog posts to act as an e-portfolio. My love of good GIF and a task of categorizing the different model of leadership lends itself well to this post. Instructional Leadership I'm not sure any principal would like the comparison and Frank Underwood would... Continue Reading →

Annotated Biblography 1

Rogers, E. M. (2003). Attributes of innovations and their rate of adoption. In Author, Diffusion of Innovations. 5th ed. (pp. 219-266) New York, NY: Free Press. Description This book chapter looks at five key variables that cause an innovation to be adopted by the mainstream - relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, trialability and observability.  Each of these variables... Continue Reading →

A draft casestudy plan on Instagram in the classroom

What is my goal for writing this essay? My goal in writing this essay is to utilize two change models to examine early adopters on Instagram within my current teaching context.  This case study will examine the conditions that cause teachers to experiment with new technologies, the impact on learners, their extended families. What information do I need to... Continue Reading →

Do our classrooms challenge gender norms or reinforce them?

Girls we've come a long way. It wasn't so long ago that your education was seen as expendable. You were not thought of as capable of discussing big ideas or concepts. In 2018, we have women CEOs, scientists, and Prime Ministers. We have universities churning out more women graduates yet in the top echelons of... Continue Reading →

A research topic: The @Instagram classroom

For the last two years, my blogging output has slowed to a crawl due to completing my Masters of Education through the University of Canterbury.  This semester blogging is a requirement of my coursework. Past readers can look forward to three months of me reflecting on the use of Instagram in the classroom! Alongside our major... Continue Reading →

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