One of my favorite quotes is “We learn more by looking for the answer to a question and not finding it than we do from learning the answer itself ” (Lloyd Alexander). This blog represents my vision and quest for NOT discovering the answer – but probing the questions about the power of educational technology which hopefully will lead to newer and more fascinating questions to ponder.
I’ve just finished by Master’s of Arts in Educational Technology at Pepperdine University. This past year I have been challenged in so many different ways … how do people learn … what are the most effective instructional practices to engage students in learning … do teachers stifle creativity … how do students construct meaning through learning … how can I create an environment that is conducive to learning … what role does technology play in that … how can I influence the educational community … how can I lead … and many more.
Meaningful reflection is a key factor is deciding which course to take. I hope to use this blog as a place for conversation and reflection on my journey towards leadership in the educational technology community. I am constantly inspired by my fellow educators who share their insights and hope that I can do the same.
Thank you for taking the time to visit. Please comment if you feel so inclined. Some wise words to think about, “We cannot hold a torch to light another’s path without brightening our own.” Cheers!