Mindful Educational Technology

For those interested, you can take a look at my final project for the Videography in Education grad class entitled "Mindful Educational Technology." I've posted some of my other coursework for this class before, but this final assignment was a bit more involved than the others.

In the long line of my work this project will make a great deal sense - my thesis being that we do not spend enough time mindfully considering educational technology challenges, problems, concerns and integration.

The framework for this assignment was the STAR Legacy modules, and you can read more about that theoretical framework from links on the site.

Mindful Educational Technology -- http://sites.google.com/site/mkr513project5/


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