This is my MET learning log. A site that tells the story of my learning adventures as I work towards the Master of Educational Technology at Boise State… from Ireland!
Update: I started this program in 2014. In June 2015 I moved to Seattle to enjoy 50% more sunshine hours.
This was my last project in EDTECH502. Apart from learning how to design a WebQuest lesson, this project helped me use most of the skills I learned during the course like fonts, boxes, styles, video, and responsive design.
The Virtual Field Trip was a major undertaking because it contained many pages and rich content. I learned how to add Flash, video, and interactivity.
I learned how to use boxes and layouts as well as how to create a page starting from a CSS template I found online. The result is a default homepage that can be used as a starting point for my EDTECH502 projects.
This week I created a mobile lesson for students who are visiting a museum. Responsive design was applied to the website.
Creating Effective Presentations is the title I gave to my Jigsaw Activity page. I developed this lesson why learning about tables and lists in HTML and CSS.
This assignment was aimed at learning how to use images for the web. I created a banner, a concept map, and made each image of the map work as a hyperlink to more detailed information.
Every website designer needs to know about Copyright laws. In this assignment I researched about Copyright and the Public Domain while applying the HTML and CSS skills I have been learning. This is the result.
Posted in 1.1 Creating, 1.2 Using, 1.5 Ethics, 2.1 Creating, 2.5 Ethics, 3.6 Diversity of Learners, 4.5 Ethics, AECT Standard 1 (Content Knowledge), AECT Standard 2 (Content Pedagogy), AECT Standard 3 (Learning Environments), AECT Standard 4 (Professional Knowledge and Skills)