Week 4 Discussion 1

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Week 4 Discussion 1 FLEXIBILITY: Video In the video, Lysiak says Web 2.0 Tools offer flexibility in both negative and positive ways. It opens a lot of communication channels or connections between student to student and student to teacher, which may have never happened in a classroom or it might have been harder in a classroom. The school would have to monitor these channels to ensure no “Bully” is taking place. And I hate to say it, but we also need to make sure that the student and teacher communication stays professional. Frustrates me just writing that, knowing a percentage of teachers would break the oath. I agree with Mr. Lysiak. Teens or students in general would rather communicate through text, Facebook etc. than talk face to face. I can see getting more out of some students if I could communicate with them through a channel just set up for the school. COMMUNICATION: Lever-Duffy and McDonald (2015) Starts out with the teacher being knowledgeable on whatever technology he/she would like to incorporate so as to communicate with students, parents or other educators. All communication
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