Final Learning Project 6: Wrapping up a gift of Origami learning

It’s time to wrap up with my online learning project journey. Edtc300 class had given me opportunity to explore web world in detail with my origami project. I could never imagine myself to learn a topic systematically and wonderfully in such a short time frame. Prior to this journey how naïve was I to explore … More Final Learning Project 6: Wrapping up a gift of Origami learning

Teaching about ‘Fake News’ in schools

Image by pixel2013 from Pixabay With consistent and rapid change in technologies, it becomes important that we as a teacher should spread the knowledge and awareness of digital literacy among students. According to NCTE framework, we can thoroughly prepare our students to stand still in amidst of flooded information and identify the fake ones. And … More Teaching about ‘Fake News’ in schools

Self Analysis: Looking for normative narrative of classism

Photo Credit: KLGreenNYC Flickr via Compfight cc   Today, I am going to analyze few stories in accordance to normative narratives as well as counter disruption of those normative narratives. I would mainly focus on norms of socio-economic status or classism. As stated in book ‘Is every one really equal’ by Ozlem Sensoy and Robin … More Self Analysis: Looking for normative narrative of classism

Cyber sleuthing presents digital identity

[buriednexttoyou via WeLoveDataVis] In past few weeks, I learned what digital identity actually means. As Katia explained through above Venn diagram that people’s online and offline identity doesn’t overlaps. And therefore it was shocking to know that how digital identity can break someone in a moment. Jon Ronson in ‘How one tweet can ruin your life’, talks … More Cyber sleuthing presents digital identity