Building bridges for the future through collaborative projects
Hi I'm Todd from Franklin Regional High School. I play football and basketball. Interesting fact about me is I have 5 cats
I am a senior this year and I just got my acceptance letter for Eastern Michigan University. I am majoring in special education. I am a dancer and singer, these are my greatest passions. I was in my school's musical last year which was Beauty and the Beast, and I am in my schools' musical this year which is West Side Story. One of my favorite things to do in my free time is read.
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I found some articles for our topic:
Also, on Daily News and Analysis I found an article about the benefits of using adaptive learning technology in the classroom.
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I did research on my topic, and I read an article on the DNA: Daily News and Analysis and I learned that there are many benefits of adaptive learning technology in the classroom, which help students learn and help techers teachers teach. I also found this website which was very informational http://www.edudemic.com/how-adaptive-learning-technology-is-being-used-in-online-courses/
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This article is about bringing your own device.The report firstly introduced Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) basic information included Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) definition classification application industry chain structure industry overview; international market analysis, China domestic market analysis, Macroeconomic environment and economic situation analysis and influence, Bring…Continue
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This article was about how libraires are makindg the makerspaces apart of there teaching and learning. A makerspace is also referred to as hackerspaces, hackspaces, and fablabs are creative, DIY spaces where people can gather to create, invent, and learn. In libraries they often have 3D printers, software, electronics, craft and hardware supplies and tools, and more.Continue
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Hi I'm Danielle I am a Junior at Franklin Regional High School. I like to spend my free time running.
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hello my name is walter im a senior at bereamidpark high school i play football im a ohio native born and raised i just turned 18 last week.i love math i hope after high school i go to a great collage im a huge superman fan im a very shy person at first but if u get to know me im funny a great friend hope you have a good day
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Hi. My name is Dionna but I like to be called Dolph. I go to Berea-Midpark Highschool. I like to go on trips and I like too draw. My favorite colors are gray and purple. My favorite subject in school is science. My favorite animals are dolphins. My favorite rapper is Chance The Rapper. I like lasagna.Continue
My name is Rasha . I am a 17 year old senior who attends Berea-Midpark high school. I cannot wait to graduate and go off to college and start my life as an adult. I work at Bob Evans as a waitress and its one of my favorite jobs ever getting to see new people along with some regulars every day. I live with my mother and my 9 year old little sister. I have a cat named Leo who is about a year old and he…Continue
After researching BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) I've found some interesting facts to know.
Hi my name is David and i am a junior at BMHS. I live in a city called Brook Park, it is a suburb of Cleveland. I have attended school here since 4th grade. I have a job as a cook at jets pizza. In the summer i work for my uncles roofing company. I also love sports I am a Hooper "basketball player" and a football player. In basketball I am a forward and in football I am a wide receiver. I live at home with my dad and my older sister, I have 2 older sisters and a…Continue
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My name is Peyton and I'm a senior at De Forest High School. De Forest is a small town near Madison, WI. It's really cool because it's surrounded by farms and is very rural but is only about 15 minutes from one of the biggest cities in the state. At my high school I'm involved in basektball and soccer. Outside of school and sports I love to hang out with my family and friends. When I graduate I plan on attending college and hopefully majoring in the the health field.
My topic is about how people are getting awards on the internet called digital badges. The thing we are researching about digital badges is how it fits into education.A digital badge is a validated indicator of accomplishment, skill, quality, or interest that can be earned in many learning environments.
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A Makerspace sometimes called a Hackerspace and it is in libraries where they often have 3D printers, software, electronics, craft and hardware supplies to DIY and create things. This is what I have learned..
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After researching the impact of an adaptive learning system on education, I found various results. First, an adaptive learning system is defined as a program that changes or is dependent upon the response given by the user. Research on adaptive learning systems has increased as technology plays a more vital role in education today compared to ten years ago. From the research I have read, I have learned:
Most of the data…
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A digital badge is a visual representation of your achievement. The badge will usually include a description of what the person has achieved. Also included may be the date issued, and the name of the badge itself.
What I learned about digital badges:
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