Technology and Innovation in Education

Category Learning Design

Jeff Hopkins & the Pacific School of Innovation and Inquiry (PSII)

About Jeff & PSII Jeff Hopkins is the founder and principal of the Pacific School of Innovation and Inquiry (PSII), located at 808 Douglas Street in Victoria, which is an independent high school (grades 9-12). The school is built entirely… Continue Reading →

Digital Storytelling Assignments

Digital storytelling is a form of digital media production that allows individuals to tell a story with video. These may be in the form of personal monologues; stories of a place, person, event, or thing; reflections; documentaries; science fiction; poetry;… Continue Reading →

Open Educational Resources & Creative Commons License

The term Open Educational Resources (OER) includes educational content which is shared freely and openly to be used by anyone to adapt/ repurpose/improve under an open copyright licence in order to redistribute and share again The emergence of open educational resources (OER) in higher education is part of the much… Continue Reading →

Inquiry & EdTech with Trevor Mackenzie

Trevor Mackenzie is an English and New Media teacher at Oak Bay High School in Victoria, who has focused on inquiry as a framework for his teaching. We are fortunate to have him guest into our secondary sections of EDCI… Continue Reading →

Most Likely to Succeed Film

Please take the time to watch the film Most Likely to Succeed (MLTS) during the first week of the course. The film follows students into the classrooms of High Tech High, a public charter school in San Diego, California. The… Continue Reading →

Running an EdCamp UnConference

Here are some resources and links on the origins and support for organizing EdCamps. An EdCamp is an unconference, which is a user-generated conference. There is no rigid pre-selection of session topics planned in advance. Instead, ideas for collaboration and… Continue Reading →

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