Videos Lab 2

How do these videos impact my work?

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24 Responses to Videos Lab 2

  1. Carlos says:


  2. Laura Reynoso says:

    It was informative

  3. Michelle says:

    We need to be open to bringing technology into the classrooms, changing our policies on technology at school, and creating an environment of learning, respect, honor, sharing, etc. we need to change before we lose our students, if we aren’t losing them already.

  4. Marisa says:

    I need to keep up with technology like twitter and Facebook to follow up on cyber bulling.

  5. Frances Valdez says:

    In the face of so many challenges that could make you feel defeated we must Focus on what are goals are and never give up hope!!

    • Heather says:

      I agree

    • Dustin Ancalade says:

      We have so many goals and objectives that we are trying to work towards. I think we need to make sure that we limit the goals we are actively working towards, and move onto others once we satisfactorily achieve them. I know society is now all about multitasking, but multitasking does have an effect on quality. It seems if we’re sort of trying to improve a million things at once, is that good? With more information we need to develop better filters as well so we all don’t get overwhelmed.

  6. Heather says:

    I need to start learning more to keep up with my daughters.

  7. Dustin Ancalade says:

    I feel like these videos represent a realization that how we learn is changing and our educational system needs to start adapting. It is a call or a push towards learning new technologies, keeping up

    with the kids and integrating these new technologies into our instruction so we can keep the students

    attention in these distracted times.

    • Carrera says:

      I agree, it’s a push for the new era of of technological learning. Multi tasking will become an in depth strategy of learning rather than an option

  8. Carrera says:

    One way these videos impact our work is they give us valuable information on how our students engage and learn. It gives us an understanding and comparison of the different methods these students are learning. The insight of an educator having to be more open know is more valuable than ever

  9. Sergio says:

    They make me wAnt to increase my knowledge of technology to work with my students.b

  10. Paul Butterfield says:

    The 2nd video made me realize that I am merely a facilitator in a students learning process.

  11. Steven says:

    It informs where the future in learning and education is headed, allowing me to rethink/reflect on my goals and teaching methods in and out of the classroom.

  12. Terry Madrigal says:

    The videos show me how even my moderate/severe students can benefit from technology. I have students who have limited communication skills and who are unable to write, but are able to use computers to do the writing and speaking for them. Despite their disabilities many know what Facebook is and You Tube and are able to even search for videos, but are unable to do that if I give them pencil and paper.

  13. James says:

    2st century skills also require additional basic skills

  14. Me says:

    They were interesting because it showed us exactly what students now a days are really thinking. They don’t care too much about diplomas, writing, math, or reading. They are interested in anything that requires technology and inovation that is what they look forward to in this generation.

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